Was ist die Bedeutung von (Paean) im Titel von Ed Sheerans „How Would You Feel (Paean)“?

What is the story behind the song Nancy Mulligan?

„Nancy Mulligan“ is one of the most personal songs on the album, telling the story of how his grandparents, William Sheeran, a Protestant from Belfast, Northern Ireland and Nancy Mulligan (real name Anne Mulligan), a Catholic from the Republic of Ireland, met, fell in love during the Second World War and got married at …

Is Ed Sheeran’s real name William?

Edward Christopher Sheeran MBE (/ˈʃɪərən/; born 17 February 1991) is an English singer-songwriter.

Is Nancy Mulligan Ed Sheeran’s grandmother?

Nancy Mulligan is his living paternal grandmother, while the grandmother he sings about on his track „Supermarket Flowers“ is his deceased maternal grandmother.

Is Ed Sheeran’s wife from Galway?

The fiddle player joked about how she isn’t even from Galway. She said: „I’m from Limerick born and bred so I am getting an awful hard time at home about the whole thing.“ Speaking on BBC Radio 1 recently Ed said Beoga were “really, really talented”.

Who was Galway Girl about?

Niamh Dunne is the Galway Girl that Ed Sheeran is singing about – she’s from Limerick! Taking a break from her holiday Dunne told RTÉ Entertainment that she can’t believe she was the inspiration for the song.