Lyrics composed by John Henderson on the 29th of March, 2010
to Frank Weldon's 1933 music for the song, 'I Like Banjo Music'.
I luv braw Jean Dandie Wha bides affa handy Jist doon
the street frae me a wee; I've kenn'd her fur years noo
Throw ilka smile an boo-hoo, An aft I howp'd we'd waddit be.
Her Ma's ma Aunt-y Bea, Her Pa is ma Uncle Jeemmy;
Bit thon's nae fash ... It's aa richt fur the twa o' us tae
mairry. Whan aa's deen an distit, Jist lik hoo we've
wiss'd it, We'll be a tichter femily.
Jean is noo Jean
Cairnie, An Bea she's oor bairnie Wha's Grand-Aunt Bea's
her Granny Bea; Bit it maun be myndit Thit Jeemy he is
bindit Grandpa an Bea's Grand-Uncle tee.
Oor 'Bea' we
seen caa'd 'Trish', An nae 'Beatrice' or 'Beanie'; Fur tis
a fash Whan fowks cry oot 'Bea' in oor street an fem'ly;
Whan she's a bit aulder, Whit wull chiels syne caa her,
Gif she wads intae Royalty?
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