"My Lagan Love" is a song to a traditional Irish air collected in 1903 in northern Donegal.
The Lagan referred to in the title most likely pertains to the area of good farming land between Donegal and Derry known in Irish as An Lagán.
The Lagan is the river that runs through Belfast. However, some argue that the Lagan in the song refers to a stream that empties into Lough Swilly in County Donegal.
The song was used by Mary O'Hara, Charlotte Church and many more.
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