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Hop-tu-naa is a Celtic festival celebrated on the Isle of Man on October 31. It marks the beginning of Samhain, a Gaelic holiday celebrating the end of harvest and beginning of winter. (source)

Lyrics

(Folk song from the Isle of Man)

Hop-tu-naa,*
This is old Hollantide night,
Trol-la-laa,*
The moon shines bright,
Hop-tu-naa,
Trol-la-laa.

*pronounced “hop-too-nay” and “trol-lah-lay”

See also

  • Song with chords (PDF)
  • MIDI file
  • Listen to the song

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