Mary Black when young, singing a Scottish ballad. A strange choice for an Irish girl, but she does a lovely, expressive job. Everything about the song is Scottish. The social ethos, as well as the grimness and frankness of the lyrics. Irish songs are lighter in tone, even when the matter is sad (I would have once described them as gay, but that word has been stolen from us). English songs are sunny and extraverted, without the Celtic brooding and introspection of the Irish, Scots and Welsh.
Yes, generalisations I know, but I have found them to be true enough.
And, yes, I do think she is attractive. My wife looked a bit like her at that age. She is singing this in 1980, at the age of 25.
Bonus Manosphere question. Listen to the lyrics. Sounds like hypergamy to me. I think we are meant to feel sorry only for the girl, but maybe her parents were giving her good advice.
(You can always tell a Scottish ballad. Somebody dies.)