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You should get this checked by a real Irish-speaker! I learned a little Irish as a child, but that was a long time ago. I really don't speak the language, and am just following this up out of curiosity.
The first link is to several English-Irish online dictionaries,where you can enter the individual words as search terms (Edit/Find).
From the second link:
"To say that Richie Kavanagh, the former maker of ornamental fountains from Fenagh in Co Carlow, is doing well is an understatement. Aon Focal Eile a song about learning Irish in school, but laced with double meaning, was in the top ten in the charts for over six months and 8 weeks as number one."