My name is Neil G. Barclay, which makes me a fellow Celt (my ancestors fought with Robert the Bruce), and I am distantly related to the Buckleys of County Cork. I must admit that my more direct ancestry is Scot. But, Celt is Celt, is it not?
On your birthday I wish you good health and safety -- and, above all else, that you may be and remain in the State of Sanctifying Grace.
The world is all too much with us, and especially you, since you are a "celebrity."
I love love love your beautiful voice and visage. I trust the soul behind these is as lovely as what it is we see and hear.
I have made suggestions for future recordings, but I'll assume they have reached you. (Hint: you need to record all of Cio-Cio San's single arias from Madame Butterfly). One Fine Day is superb, but you needs must record these in the original language, which you've proved you can do with the Giani Schicchi number.
Dominiscum Vobiscum, dear heart. You are more than very special. For what it is worth, there is not another "public" figure to whom I would say, or could ever have said, the same thing.
Isn't there a song that begins "Once in a lifetime"?