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  • Hamish Imlach - McPherson's Farewell Can't find Imlach words, this is the nearest I could get. ------------------------------------- Farewell, ye dungeons dark and strong, farewell, farewell to thee McPherson's life will no be long on yonder gallows tree Sa rantingly, sa wantingly, and sa dauntingly gaed he He played a tune and he danced around below the gallows tree There's some come here for to see me hung, and some to buy my fiddle But before that I do part with her, I'll break her through the middle He took his fiddle in both of his hands, and he broke it o'er a stone Saying: "There's no other hand shall play on thee when I am dead and gone" Sa rantingly, sa wantingly, and sa dauntingly gaed he He played a tune and he danced around below the gallows tree The reprieve was coming o'er the Brig of Banff, to set McPherson free But they put the clock a quarter before, and they hanged him from a tree Sa rantingly, sa wantingly, and sa dauntingly gaed he He played a tune and he danced around below the gallows tree
  • Auld Robin Gray Here is a beautiful song composed by user Cimasiello00. Hear the original here: Here are the lyrics: When the sheep are in the fauld and the ky at hame, And a the weary warld to rest are gane, The waes of my heart fa in showrs frae my ee, While my gudeman lies sound asleep by me. Young Jamie loed me and sought me for his bride, But saving a crown he had nothing else beside; To make the crown a pound he gaed tae sea, And the crown and the pound that he made were baith for me. He had na been gane but a six-month and a day, When my father fell and our cow was stoln away; My mother she took sick and my love at sea, And twas then auld Robin Gray came courtin me. My father could na work, na my mother spin, I toild day and night but their bread I coud na win; Auld Rob maintaind them baith, and wi tears ins ee, He said, Jenny, for their sakes, O marry me! My heart it said nay—I looked for Jamie back, But the wind it blew hard and the ship it was a wreck; The ship was a wreck, O why did I na dee? O why was I spard tae cry, O wae is me. My father argud sair, my mother did na speak, But she looked in my face till my heart was like to break, Sae I gae him my hand, but my heart was i the sea, And auld Robin Gray is a gudeman now tae me. I had na been a wife a week but only four, When sitting ae night sae mournfully at the door, I saw my Jamies wraith, I na thought it he, Till he said, Im come hame, my love, tae marry thee. O sair did we greet and muckle did we say, We ...
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  • Joanna Newsom - Ca' the yowes Joanna Newsom playing a traditional Scottish folk song in Norman, Oklahoma on December 11, 2006 LYRICS Ca' the yowes to the knowes, Ca' them whare the heather grows, Ca' them whare the burnie rowes, My bonnie dearie! As I gaed down the water side, There I met my shepherd lad, He row'd me sweetly in his plaid And he ca'd me his dearie. Will ye gang down the water side, And see the waves sae sweetly glide, Beneath the hazels spreading wide? The moon it shines fu' clearly. I was bred up at nae sic school , My shepherd lad, to play the fool, And a' the day to sit in dool, And naebody to see me. Ye sall get gowns and ribbons meet, Cauf-leather shoon upon your feet, And in my arms ye'se lie and sleep, And ye shall be my dearie. If ye'll but stand to what ye've said, I'd gang wi' you my shepherd lad, And ye may rowe me in your plaid, And I shall be your dearie. While waters wimple to the sea, While day blinks in the lift sae hie, Till clay-cauld death sall blin' my e'e, Ye shall be my dearie.
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  • 987. Thomas the Rhymer (Child 37) - (Traditional Scottish) This 13th century Scottish ballad is based on a real person, Thomas Learmouth, who lived from about 1220 to 1298, and known as Thomas the Rhymer or True Thomas, because he could not tell a lie. He was thought to have supernatural powers and was famous for his prophecies. It is likely that the legend of Tam Lin is also based on his life. The ballad, like Tam Lin, deals with the supernatural subject matter of the fairy-folk. More generally it deals with themes of temptation and earthly pleasures. There are several versions, but they all tell how Thomas either kissed or slept with the Queen of Elfland and rode with her (or was otherwise transported) to Fairyland. In one version she changes into a hag immediately after sleeping with him, as a kind of punishment, but then regains her beauty as they approach her castle (and husband). Thomas stays at a party in the castle until she brings him back to earth only to find that seven years have passed. He asks the queen for a token to remember her by and she offers him the choice of becoming a harpist or a prophet, the latter being his choice. The version of the ballad I sing has been recorded by Ewan MacColl. A modernized version has been recorded by Steeleye Span. Here are the lyrics: True Thomas lay on Huntlie bank A ferlie he spied wi his e'e And there he saw a lady bright Come riding doon by the Eildon Tree. Her skirt was o the grass green silk Her mantle o the velvet fine. At ilka tett o her horse's mane Hung fifty siller ...
  • يا قائد الوحده - سعيد بركات More videos at from other Yemenis on youtube. Don't forget to add your favorite Yemeni videos and rate and comment on music, dance, and news from Sana, Aden, or Taiz. Ya Gaed Al-wa7dah for Sa3eed Barakat.wmv
  • How to play intro to "Stay" -Nick Jonas and the Administration on piano This is how you play the intro to stay by nick jonas and the administration on piano. After I saw nick sing it live back in january I knew i had to figure the song out and i did. This is really an incredible song so look it up and watch his performances. The song i am playing in the background is stay from his ep live at the wiltern. another great album to check out:) so i messed up a little but the notes are still correct the notes are GC Fflat E GC Fflat E GC Fflat E Fflat GAED Cflat AG hope this helps enjoy!
  • Muckin O Geordies Byre oo 1000 views Noo when I want taw lauchin' I think on the scene When a'body roub' aboot cam; ower tae clean, And clairted themsel's richt up taw the e'en At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Wi Robbie the Rochie and Willie the Doo, The auld wife hersel' an' ***y McCrew; And a'body else the left aff the pleugh For the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Oh! Siccan a sotter was a'body in, Five mile awa' ye could hear the din; Even the vera coo had to grin At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Noo the bobby cam' roun' tae quell doon the soun' The cratur got lost whaur the rucks hae their foun' He feel in the midden and was like taw droon At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. The weicht o' him syne sent the barrow in bits, The wheel cairred on and the auld wife it hits; Losh! ye should hae seen how she did the splits At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Oh! Siccan a sotter was a'body in, Five mile awa' ye could hear the din; Even the vera coo had to grin At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Oh the whisky gaed roun' Tammy flein' the doo' And aye as they drank, the mair they got fou' The only anes sober, the calf an' the coo At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Tammy roared oot "Ring the bell noo for mair" Syne tuggit the coo's tail, and pu'd oot a hair; When she kickit oot he gaed up in the air At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Oh! Siccan a sotter was a'body in, Five mile awa' ye could hear the din; Even the vera coo had to grin At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre.
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  • Auld Robin Gray Text: Traditional; Music: Michael Sundell (original composition); Images: Seascapes of storms and shipwrecks by Joseph Vernet (1714-1789). Here is the text (it is a traditional Scottish ballad): When the sheep are in the fauld and the ky at hame, And a the weary warld to rest are gane, The waes of my heart fa in showrs frae my ee, While my gudeman lies sound asleep by me. Young Jamie loed me and sought me for his bride, But saving a crown he had nothing else beside; To make the crown a pound he gaed tae sea, And the crown and the pound that he made were baith for me. He had na been gane but a six-month and a day, When my father fell and our cow was stoln away; My mother she took sick and my love at sea, And twas then auld Robin Gray came courtin me. My father could na work, na my mother spin, I toild day and night but their bread I coud na win; Auld Rob maintaind them baith, and wi tears ins ee, He said, Jenny, for their sakes, O marry me! My heart it said nay—I looked for Jamie back, But the wind it blew hard and the ship it was a wreck; The ship was a wreck, O why did I na dee? O why was I spard tae cry, O wae is me. My father argud sair, my mother did na speak, But she looked in my face till my heart was like to break, Sae I gae him my hand, but my heart was i the sea, And auld Robin Gray is a gudeman now tae me. I had na been a wife a week but only four, When sitting ae night sae mournfully at the door, I saw my Jamies wraith, I na thought it he, Till he said, Im come ...
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  • MacPherson's Farewell (Rise Up Singing) Traditional Scottish Rise Up Singing chapter: Struggle I think the RUS lyrics are woefully incomplete (maybe that's not nice to say. I just like some verses that aren't included.) so I'm going to record a version tomorrow with more verses (I won't dare say complete verses. I know that trap.) G Em Am D / G - CD / G Em Am D / GCD - Fareweel tae ye dungeons dark and strong Fareweel, fareweel, tae thee MacPherson's time will no be long On yonder gallows tree Chorus: G - D - / G - C - / G - D - / Em CD - (Sae = So) Sae rantingly and sae wontonly Sae dauntingly gaed he He played a tune and he danced it roon Beneath the gallows tree gae = go, gaed = went (In Scots. Yes that's different from Gaelic. It's like English, but different, and, depending on whom you ask, more beautiful.)
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  • Celtic Bagpipe Music - Battle of Harlaw A Beautiful song covered by the Old Blind Dogs Lyrics As I cam' in by Dunideer and doon by Nether Ha' There were fifty thoosand' heilan' men a-marchin' tae Harlaw Chorus (after each verse): Wi' a diddy aye o' an' a fal an' doe And a diddy aye o' aye ay As I gaed on an' farther on and doon an' by Balquhain Oh it's there I saw Sir James the Rose and wi' him John the Graeme "It's cam' ye fae the Heilan's man, cam' ye a' the wey? Saw ye MacDonald and his men as they cam' in fae Skye?" "It's I was near and near eneuch that I their numbers saw There was fifty thoosan' heilan' men a-marchin' tae Harlaw" "Gin that be true," says James the Rose, "We'll no cam' muckle speed We'll cry upon wir merry men and turn wir horse's heid" "Oh na, o' na," says John the Graeme, "This thing will nivver be The gallant Graemes wis nivver beat, we'll try fit we can dae" Well, as I gaed on an' further on an' doon an' by Harlaw There fell fu' close on ilka side sic straiks ye nivver saw There fell fu' close on ilka side sic straiks ye nivver saw An' ilka sword gaed clash for clash at the Battle of Harlaw The Heilan' men wi' their lang swords, they laid on us fu' sair And they drave back wir merry men three acres breadth and mair An' Forbes tae his brither did say, "Noo brither, can't ye see They've beaten us back on ilka side and we'll be forced tae flee" "Oh na, na, my brither bold, this thing will nivver be Ye'll tak yer guid sword in yer haun', ye'll gang in wi' me" Well ...
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  • Andy Stewart 'Muckin' O' Geordie's Byre' Andy Stewart 'Muckin' O' Geordie's Byre' Noo when I want taw lauchin' I think on the scene When a'body roub' aboot cam; ower tae clean, And clairted themsel's richt up taw the e'en At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Wi Robbie the Rochie and Willie the Doo, The auld wife hersel' an' ***y McCrew; And a'body else the left aff the pleugh For the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Oh! Siccan a sotter was a'body in, Five mile awa' ye could hear the din; Even the vera coo had to grin At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Noo the bobby cam' roun' tae quell doon the soun' The cratur got lost whaur the rucks hae their foun' He feel in the midden and was like taw droon At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. The weicht o' him syne sent the barrow in bits, The wheel cairred on and the auld wife it hits; Losh! ye should hae seen how she did the splits At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Oh! Siccan a sotter was a'body in, Five mile awa' ye could hear the din; Even the vera coo had to grin At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Oh the whisky gaed roun' Tammy flein' the doo' And aye as they drank, the mair they got fou' The only anes sober, the calf an' the coo At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Tammy roared oot "Ring the bell noo for mair" Syne tuggit the coo's tail, and pu'd oot a hair; When she kickit oot he gaed up in the air At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre. Oh! Siccan a sotter was a'body in, Five mile awa' ye could hear the din; Even the vera coo had to grin At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre.
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  • Sedayne : M'Ginty's Meal-an-Ale : 3rd August 2010 Forgive the sound quality, which is due to the new Fuji internal wax-cylinder mechanism. So - M'Ginty's Meal-an-Ale, Written by George Bruce Thompson circa 1910, and set to the tune of Roxburgh Castle ("...adapted and ruined..."). It features in the Grieg & Duncan collection of Scottish Folk Song with several instances in the recorded archive of the late, great Davie Stewart (obit. 1972) whose idiosynctratic (but none-the-less definitive) renderings inspire this present rough recitation by way of a Lammastide birl. As a mere Northumbrian, and a Geordie to boot, the song filters down across the border country as a thing of occult and near-incomprehensible wonder, though I could supply a rough translation on request. In essense, however, it concerns an episode of comic misrule consequent upon a pig breaking loose from its sty and getting drunk on the toddy at a harvest supper. Now read on't... This is nae a sang o' love, nor yet a sang o' money, if there's naething very pitiful an' naething very funny; but there's Heelan' Scotch, an' Lowlan' Scotch an' Butter Scotch an' honey; if there's nane o' them for a' there's a mixtur o' the three; an there's nae a word o' beef-brose, sowans, sautie bannocks; nor o' pancakes and pess eggs for them wi' dainty stammacks. But it's all aboot a meal-an'-ale that happened at Balmannocks; M'Ginty's meal-an-ale far the pig gaed on the spree. They were howlin' in the kitchen like a caravan o' tinkies, an some wis playin' ping-pong an' tiddly ...
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  • The Clancy Brothers - MacPherson's Lament with LOUIS KILLEN 1 5 Farewell, ye dungeons dark and drear, 1 6m Farewell, farewell to ye, 1 5 MacPherson's live will no be long 1 4 5 Round yonder gallows-tree. Say rantingly and say wantonly, Say dauntingly gaed he; He play'd a tune, and danc'd it round Below yon gallows-tree. Take off these bands from on my hands And give to me my sword For there's no a man in all Scotland But I'll brave him at his word Now there's some come here for to see me hung and some to buy my fiddle but before that I will part with her I'll break her through the middle. So he took his fiddle in both his hands And he broke it o'er a stone, Saying there's no other hand shall play on thee When I am dead and gone. The reprieve was coming o the Brig o' Banf To set MacPherson free, But they put the clock a quarter before And they hanged him from a tree.
  • Cheb Mami Le Rai C'est Chic Cheb Mami In Concert Le Rai C'est Chic With Lyrics Live In(Tunisie) Lyrics: Le rai cest chic le rai cest chic Cherie pas de chichi Aa teqel chic wi zidi teqel chic Omri leek intya Nekhsar meli wingool Omri leek inya Nekhsar meli wingool Sah tellement nebghik Ma nehdar shi Tellement nebghik, ma nehdar shi Lesbaab illi nebghik Wana galbi ghir aaleek WIla hebna, ma tehdar shi Gaed bil baz, fe eldar shi Omri wela hebnou Nekhsar meli wingool Harta bledi, ma tehdar shi
  • Cheb Mami -- La Re Chest Chic This song and video is copyrighted by Cheb Mami -- I DO NOT OWN IT AT ALL! Most of you probably are american and probably only know him in Desert Rose by Sting, but I really like his music, so I decided to post the best version of this song on youtube. See, what I do on youtube is bring videos into light and make sure they are great in quality. Sure the video is a little bit off, but the music part is clear, loud and good. Enjoy! Lyrics: le rai cest chic le rai cest chic cherie pas de chichi aa teqel chic wi zidi teqel chic omri leek intya nekhsar meli wingool omri leek inya nekhsar meli wingool aah tellement nebghik ma nehdar shi tellement nebghik, ma nehdar shi lesbaab illi nebghik wana galbi ghir aaleek wila hebna, ma tehdar shi gaed bil baz, fe eldar shi omri wela hebnou nekhsar meli wingool harta bledi, ma tehdar shi
  • We're No' Awa' Tae Bide Awa' Traditional Scottish tune, "We're No' Awa' Tae Bide Awa'," performed by the Bard of Cornwall on guitar. My arrangement: We're No' Awa' Tae Bide Awa' Chorus: D For we're no' awa' tae bide awa', GA For we're no' awa tae le'e ye, DGD For we're no' awa' tae bide awa', GDAD We'll aye come back an' see ye. V1 As I gaed doon by Wilsontoon I met auld Johnnie Scobbie, Says I to him will ye hae a hauf, Says he, "Man! That's my hobby." Chorus: V2 So we had a hauf an' anither hauf, And then we had anither, When he got fou' he shouted "Hoo! It's Carnwath Mill for ever." Chorus: V3 We wandered doon the street again We cleekit unco cheery, When John got hame his wife cried shame, I see you're enjoyin' your hobby. Chorus: V4 Of a' the friens that ere I kenned, There's nane like Johnnie Scobbie, His hert is leal, he's true as steel, An' a hauf is aye his hobby. Chorus: V5 So whenever friendly friens may meet, Wherever Scots foregather, We'll raise our gless, we'll shout Hurroo, It's Carnwath Mill for ever. Chorus:
  • The Maid Gaed to the Mill Ewan MacColl Peggy Seeger The Maid Gaed to the Mill Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger Classic Scots Ballads
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  • Hamish Imlach - The Calton Weaver/Nancy Whiskey I'm a weaver, a Calton weaver I'm a rash and a roving blade; I've got siller in my pouches I gang and follow the roving trade Chorus: O whiskey, whiskey, Nancy Whiskey Whiskey, whiskey, Nancy-o. As I cam in by Glesca city Nancy Whiskey I chanced to smell I gaed in, sat doon beside her Seven lang years I lo'ed her well. Chorus The mair I kissed her the mair I lo'ed her The mair I kissed her the mair she smiled An' I forgot my mither's teaching Nancy soon had me beguiled. Chorus I woke early in the morning To slake my drouth it was my need I tried to rise but I wasna able Nancy had me by the heid. Chorus "C'wa, landlady whit's the lawin? Tell me whit there is to pay." "Fif*** shillings is the reckoning, Pay me quickly and go away." Chorus As I went oot by Glesca city Nancy Whiskey I chanced to smell I gaed in drank four and sixpence A't was left was a crooked scale. Chorus I'll gang back to the Calton weaving I'll surely mak the shuttles fly I'll mak mair at the Calton weaving Than ever I did in a roving way. Chorus Come all ye weavers, Calton weavers A' ye weavers where'er ye be Beware of whiskey, Nancy Whiskey She'll ruin you as she ruined me. Chorus
  • 06 Monymusk Lads - Silly Wizard 06 Monymusk Lads - Silly Wizard Lyrics to Monymusk Lads : As I cam' in by Monymustk And doon by Alford's dale, A sad misfortune happened to me And I think nae shame to tell. As l gaed in by Monymustk. The moon was shining clear; And I held on to Lethendy To see my Maggie dear. Fal to too a riddle doo. Fal to toodle I doe. I did gang when I did think That a' were sleepin' soun', But plague upon yon auld wife For she cam' slinkin' doon. Sae cannily she slipped the lock And set the door agee; Then crawled upon her hands and knees To see what it could be. Fal to too a riddle doo. Fal to toodle I doe. Then to the bells, wi' a' her micht Sae loud she made thern ring. Till faith! l thoeht aboot my lugs The biggin she would bring. And when she saw l wouldna slip. She ran to the guidman. Says: "There's a lad into the hoose. And that l winna stand. Fal to too a riddle doo. Fal to toodle I doe. "For it is a most disgraceful thing. It would provoke a saunt. To see a' the servant girls wi' lads. When the gentle anes maun want." "Providence has acted wrang. Sic pleasures for to gie Tae ony servant lad or lass Just working for a fee." Fal to too a riddle doo. Fal to toodle I doe. The auld man he cam' ben himsel' And he pushed ben his heid; Guidfaith! I thocht it was a ghost Just risen frae the deid. He'd duddy draws upon his legs, He'd on a cap o' white. And he'd a face as lang's my arm And in his hand a light. Fal to too a riddle doo. Fal to toodle I doe. He's ta'en me by the shoulders ...