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here ye go laddie...

Post 1

fluffykerfuffle

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuTOSpKojKM

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(keltik elektrik's will ye go lassie go?)


here ye go laddie...

Post 2

fluffykerfuffle

smiley - space
The song's chorus is:

Will ye go, lassie, go,
And we’ll all go together
To pick wild mountain thyme
All around the blooming heather,
Will ye go, lassie, go.

The song is commonly described as a variant of "The Braes of Balquhidder" by Robert Tannahill (1774-1810), which was named after the braes, or hills, of Balquhidder near Lochearnhead, and has a similar lyric and tune.[3][4][5] For example, the first two verses of "The Braes of Balquhidder" are:

Let us go, lassie, go
Tae the braes o' Balquhidder
Where the blaeberries grow
'Mang the bonnie bloomin' heather
Whar the deer and the rae
Lichtly bounding thegither
Sport the lang summer day
On the braes o' Balquhidder
I will twine thee a bower
By the clear silver fountain
And I'll cover it o'er
Wi' the flowers o' the mountain
I will range through the wilds
And the deep glens sae dreary
And return wi' their spoils
To the bower o' my dearie

Will ye go, lassie, go, to the braes o' Balquhidder
Where the blueberries grow, 'mang the bonnie bloomin' heather;
Where the deer and the ram, lightly bounding together,
Sport 'he lang summer day 'mang the braes o' Balquhidder

Will ye go, lassie, go,
To the braes o' Balquhidder!
Where the blueberries grow,
'Mang the bonnie bloomin' heather

I will twine thee a bower by the clear siller fountain
An' I'll cover it o'er wi' the flowers o' the mountain;
I will range through the wilds, an' the deep glens sae dreary.
An' return wi' their spoils to the bower o' my dearie

When the rude wintry win' idly raves round our dwellin',
An' the roar o' the linn on the night-breeze is swellin'
Sae merrily we'll sing as the storm rattles o'er us,
Till the dear sheeling ring wi' the light liltin' chorus.

Now the summer is in prime, wi' the flowers richly bloomin'
An' the wild mountain thyme a' the moorlands perfumin'
To our dear native scenes let us journey together
Where glad innocence reigns 'mang the braes of Balquhidder


here ye go laddie...

Post 3

fluffykerfuffle

smiley - space

Oh, the summer time has come,
And the trees are sweetly blooming,
And the wild mountain thyme
Grows around the blooming heather.

Will you go, lassie, will you go?
And we'll all go together
To pull wild mountain thyme
All around the blooming heather,
Will you go, lassie, go?
I will build my love a bower
By yon clear and crystal fountain,
And all around the bower,
I'll pile flowers from the mountain.

If my true love, she won't have me,
I will surely find another
To pull wild mountain thyme
All around the blooming heather.

Oh, the summertime is coming
And the trees are blooming
And the wild mountain thyme
Grows around the blooming heather.


here ye go laddie...

Post 4

lil ~ Auntie Giggles with added login ~ returned

Hi Fluffy, Sorry to jump into your thread, I am concerned that you might not be aware that TB is no longer "with us". You might want to read: http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/brunel/F1754719?thread=6944608&show=20&skip=0#pi1 You know where to find me, if you need to chat lil xx


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