Theid mi dhachaigh (I will go home to Kintail), 
	Traditional Highland Tune

Above is the tune as we recorded it and below a song version. For a more complete description of the song and tune see the sleeve notes to Fhuair mi Pòg by Alan MacDonald and Margaret Stewart.

Theid mi dhachaigh (I will go home to Kintail), 
	Traditional Scottish Gaelic song

Théid mi dhachaigh, hò rò dhachaigh,
Théid mi dhachaigh Chrodh Chinn t-Sàile.
Théid mi dhachaigh, hò rò dhachaigh,
Théidmi dhachaigh Chrodh Chinn t-Sàile.

Théid mi leam fhìn ann, leam fhìn ann, leam fhìn ann.
Théid mi leam fhìn ann gan dàil ann.
Théid mi leam fhìn ann, leam fhìn ann, leam fhìn ann.
Théid mi dhachaigh Chrodh Chinn t-Sàile.

Dhachaigh thu, dhachaigh thu,
Dhachaigh thu, dha do thaigh Geamhraidh.
Dhachaigh thu, dhachaigh thu,
Dha do thaigh Earraich is dha do thaigh Samhraidh.

Théid mi nam shineadh, nam shineadh, nam shineadh.
Théid mi nam shineadh gan dàil ann.
Théid mi nam shineadh, nam shineadh, nam shineadh.
Théid mi dhachaigh Chrodh Chinn t-Sàile.

I will go homewards
I will go home to the cattlefolds of Kintail.
I will go homewards
I will go home to the cattlefolds of Kintail.

I will go there on my own
I will go there on my own without delay
I will go there on my own
I will go home to the cattlefolds of Kintail.

Homewards, you, homewards
Homewards to the Summer House
Homewards, you, homewards
To the Spring House and to the Winter House

I will go there stretched out
I will go there stretched out and without delay
I will go there stretched out
I will go home to the cattlefolds of Kintail.