Rothesay Bay, The Skye Boat
Song, The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen
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Anne and Laura sing a medley
of Scots' Songs
Fu yellow lie the
doon the braid hillside; It is the brawest hairst field Alang the shores o Clyde, An we are peer bit lassies Wha stand the lee lang day Amang the corn-rigs o Ardbeg Abeen sweet Rothesay Bay.
An we are peer bit
stand the lee lang day Amang the corn-rigs o Ardbeg Abeen sweet Rothesay Bay.
The Skye Boat Song
Speed bonnie boat like
a bird on the wing "Onward" the sailors cry Carry the lad that's born to be king Over the sea to Skye Loud the wind howls Loud the waves roar Thunder claps rend the air Baffled, our foes Stand by the shore Follow they will not dare Speed bonnie boat like a bird on the wing "Onward" the sailors cry Carry the lad that 's born to be king Over the sea to Skye
The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen
The Northern Lights of
Mean home sweet home to me The Northern Lights of Aberdeen Are what I long to see Iíve been a wand'rer all of my days Any many a sight I've seen God speed the day when I'm on my way To my home in Aberdeen
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