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Sung by John McCormack
O sing tae me the auld
Scots sangs I'
the braid auld Scottish tongue. The sangs ma faither wissed to hear, The sangs ma mither sung, Whan she sat aside ma cradle, Or croon'd me oan her knee. An' Ah wadna sleep, she sang sae sweet The auld Scots sangs tae me. An' Ah wadna sleep,
she sang sae sweet The auld Scots sangs to me.
Sing oan, sing mair o' thae auld sangs, Fur ilka ane can tell O' joy or sorra i' the past Whaur mem'ry loo'es tae dwell, Tho' hair growes grey an' limbs growe
auld, Oontil the
day Ah dee,
Ah'll bless the Scottish tongue thit sings The auld Scots sangs tae me. Ah'll bless the Scottish tongue thit sings The auld Scots sangs tae me.
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