Cul do chinn (audio)

This is a beautiful and erotic song, the eroticism being drawn from the descripton of the back of the mans head and how the hair lies attractively and sensually on the head, drawing the womans eyes to an appreciation to the full shape of her lover.

This symbol is common in both Scottish and Irish, and perhaps it is the reason the Glaswegians today are the most hair concious people in the country, much to the delight of the hairdressers in that city.

Dena Graham is a fine traditional Gaelic singer lives in Isle of Lewis.