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《Annachie Gordon》(Child 239, Roud 102)是一首苏格兰民歌,讲述女主人公Jeannie和水手Annachie Gordon的爱情悲剧。Mary Black、June Tabor、Nic Jones、Sinéad O'Connor等多位歌手都演唱过这首歌曲,也有很多有名的无词版本。国内较著名的一个版本由Loreena McKennitt主唱,收录在《Parallel Dreams》专辑中。在日本著名游戏动画《Clannad》中,《Annachie Gordon》曾被改编为插曲《Ana》。《Ana》重新将曲谱修改,并在配乐中加入竖琴。游戏和TV动画中都是由Lia演唱。注意,爱尔兰Clannad乐队并未翻奏过词曲。

(各种翻奏版本可能略有更改)

"Auchanachie Gordon is bonny and braw,
  He would tempt any woman that he ever saw;
  He would tempt any woman, so has he tempted me,
  And I'll die if I getna my love Auchanachie."

In came her father, tripping on the floor,
  Says, "Jeanie, ye're trying the tricks o' a whore;
  Ye're caring for them that cares little for thee;
  Ye must marry Salton, leave Auchanachie.

"Auchanachie Gordon, he is but a man;
  Altho' he be pretty, where lies his free land?
  Salton's lands they lie broad, his towers they stand hie,
  Ye must marry Salton, leave Auchanachie.

......
  ......
  "Salton will gar you wear silk gowns fring'd to thy knee,
  But ye'll never wear that wi' your love Auchanachie."

"Wi' Auchanachie Gordon I would beg my bread
  Before that wi' Salton I'd wear gowd on my head,
  Wear gowd on my head, or gowns fring'd to the knee;
  And I'll die if I getna my love Auchanachie.

"O Salton's [a] valley lies low by the sea,
  He's bowed on the back, and thrawin on the knee;"
  .....
  .....

"O Salton's a valley lies low by the sea;
  Though he's bowed on the back and thrawin on the knee,
  Though he's bowed on the back and thrawin on the knee,
  The bonny rigs of Salton they're nae thrawin tee"

"O you that are my parents to church may me bring,
  But unto Salton I'll never bear a son;
  For son or for daughter, I'll ne'er bow my knee,
  And I'll die if I getna my love Auchanachie."

When Jeanie was married, from church was brought hame,
  When she wi her maidens sae merry shoud hae been,
  When she wi her maidens sae merry shoud hae been,
  She's called for a chamber, to weep there her lane.

"Come to your bed, Jeanie, my honey and my sweet,
  For to stile you mistress I do not think it meet."
  "Mistress or Jeanie, it is a' ane to me,
  It's in your bed, Salton, I never will be."

Then out spake her father, he spake wi renown;
  "Some of you that are her maidens, ye'll loose aff her gown;
  Some of you that are her maidens, ye'll loose aff her gown;
  And I'll mend the marriage wi' ten thousand crowns."

Then ane of her maidens they loosed aff her gown,
  But bonny Jeanie Gordon she fell in a swoon;
  She fell in a swon low down by their knee;
  Says, "Look on, I die for my love Auchanachie!"

That very same day Miss Jeanie did die,
  And hame came Auchanachie, hame frae the sea;
  Her father and mither welcomd him at the gate;
  He said, "Where's Miss Jeanie, that she's nae here yet?"

Then forth came her maidens, all wringing their hands,
  Saying, "Alas for your staying sae lang frae the land!
  Sae lang frae the land, and sae lang on the fleed!
  They've wedded your Jeanie, and now she is dead."

"Some of you, her maidens, take me by the hand,
  And show me the chamber Miss Jeanie died in;"
  He kissed her cold lips, which were colder than stane,
  And he died in the chamber that Jeanie died in.

Loreena McKennitt - 《Annachie Gordon》 Traditional, arranged by Loreena McKennitt

Harking is bonny and there lives my love

My love lies on him and cannot remove

It cannot remove for all that I have done

And I never will forget my love Annachie

For Annachie Gordon he's bonny and he's bright.

He'd entice any woman that e'er he saw

He'd entice any woman and so he has done me.

And I never will forget my love Annachie.

Down came her father and he's standing at the door.

Saying Jeannie you are trying the tricks of a whore.

You care nothing for a man who cares so much for thee.

You must marry Lord Saltoun and leave Annachie.

For Annachie Gordon is barely but a man

Although he may be pretty but where are his lands.

For the Sultan's lands are broad and his towers they run high

You must marry Lord Sultan and leave Annachie.

With Annachie Gordon I beg for my bread

Before I marry Saltoun his gold to my head

With gold to my head and straight down to my knee.

I'll die if I don't get my love Annachie

And you who are my parents to church you may me bring.

Jeannie was married and from church was brought home

When she and her maidens so merry should have been

When she and her maidens so merry should have been

She goes into her chamber and cries all alone.

Come to bed my Jeannie my honey and my sweet

To stile you my mistress it would be so sweet

Be it mistress or Jeannie it's all the same to me

But in your bed Lord Saltoun I never will lie

And down came her father and he's spoken with reknown

Saying you who are her maidens

Go loosen up her gowns

And she fell down to the floor

And straight down to his knee saying

Father look I'm dying for my love Annachie.

The day that she married was the day that Jeannie died

And the day that young Annachie came home on the tide

And down came her maidens all wringing of their hands

Saying oh it's been so long?

You've been so long on the sands

So long on the sands so long on the flood

They have married your Jeannie and now she lies dead.

You who are her maidens come take me by the hand

And lead me to the chamber where my love she lies in

And he kissed her cold lips till his heart it turned to stone

And he died in the chamber that his love she lies in.


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