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|GUEST,Billy Clancy||Lyr Add: Sean O Duibhir an Gleanna / Sean O'Dwyer (25)||RE: Lyr Add: Sean O Duibhir an Gleanna / Sean O'Dwyer||07 Jun 10|
I would guess that the line "ó Chluain go Stuaic na gcolum" refers to two local placenames near Rossmore in Tipperary which was part of the Ó Duibhir territory. The cross(roads) of Clune and the pub Coffeys of Stuke are still well known local landmarks. Colum nowadays spelt colm presumably meant dove , all part of the wildlife theme which runs through the song.