It's handwritten so it's a little bit hard to understand all the letters,
and it don't seems to be posible to post a photo here, so I
try my best to copy the text. I hope you recognize the words
and correct them for me..
Taubh shiar do gach cailín áil?ann
tá f?ar a rínne botún agus a rínne
an cailín láaidir.
From what you've typed, it looks like he wrote:Taobh shiar do gach cailín álainn
Tá fear a rinne botún agus a rinne
an cailín láidir.
It's better Irish than I expected, to be honest, but I'm not sure it's the best way to way what you want. Gives us something to start with, though!
That literally comes out to:
In the back of every beautiful girl
There is a man who made a mistake and who made
the girl strong.
The English quote if full of idioms, so let's let some of the more experienced translators work with this and see if we can come up with something that's a bit more idiomatic in Irish.
(Guys, am I correct that there would need to be an "ann" after "fear" in the second line?)
Wait for more input.