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Top 100 Scottish Songs

100 Pipers by Unknown

A Gordon for Me by Robert Wilson

A Scottish Soldier by Unknown

Amazing Grace by John Newton

Auld Lang Syne by Robert Burns

Battle of Stirling by William Sinclair

Be Kind to Auld Grannie by Archibald Mackay

Black is the Colour of My True Love's Hair by Unknown

Bonaparte from Capercaillie

Bonnie Leezie Lindsay by Frank Folloy and Harry Lauder

Bonnie Scotland I Adore Thee by Unknown

Bonnie Wee Jeannie McColl by Unknown

Ca the yowes by Robert Burns

Caledonia by Dougie MacLean

Canadian Boat Song by David Macbeth Moir

Castles in the Air by James Ballantyne

Come Owre the Stream by James Hogg

Coulters Candy by Unknown

Dainty Davie by Robert Burns

Dance Tae Yer Daddy by Unknown

Donald, Where's Yer Troosers? by Andy Stewart

Doon in the Wee Room by The Marlettes

Dumbarton's Drums by Unknown

Eilean nam Bothan by Hazel Whyte

Keep Right on to the End of the Road by Sir Harry Lauder

Fareweel Tae Tarwathie by George Scroggie

Farewell to Lochaber by Allan Ramsey

Football Crazy by James Curran

Four and Twenty Hielandmen by Unknown

Granny's Hielan' Hame by Sandy Macfarlane

Green Grow the Rashes O! by Robert Burns

Highland Fairy Lullaby by Unknown

I Belong to Glasgow by Will Fyfe

I Know Where I'm Going by Unknown

I Love A Lassie by Sir Harry Lauder

It's Nice To Get Up In The Mornin' by Sir Harry Lauder

John Anderson, My Jo by Robert Burns

Johnny Lad by Unknown

Kelvin Grove by Unknown

Lament of Mary Queen of Scots by Robert Burns

Loch Lomond by John Mcdermott

Loch Tay Boat Song by Unknown

Lochnagar by Lord Byron

MacGregor's Gathering by Sir Walter Scott

Mary of Argyll by Unknown

Mhàiri's Wedding by Sir Hugh Roberton

My Ain Folk by William Alfred Braund

My Bonnie Mary by Robert Burns

My Bonnie Moorhen by Unknown

My Heart's In The Highlands by Robert Burns

My Luve is Like a Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns

Nancy Whisky by Unknown

Oh Wee White Rose of Scotland by Susanne Ferguson

Old Scotch Mother Mine by Ray McKay and Joseph Maxwell

Old Scotia by Joseph Train

Rantin, Rovin Robin by Robert Burns

Roamin' in the Gloamin' by Sir Harry Lauder

Rothesay Bay by Unknown

Scotland the Brave by Cliff Hanley

Scots wha' hae' by Robert Burns

Shoals of Herring by Ewan MacColl

Songs of My Native Land by Carolina Oliphant

Sound the Pibroch by Mrs Norman MacLeod

Stop Yer Tickling, Jock! by Sir Harry Lauder

The Battle of the Braes by Unknown

The Bluebell of Scotland by Unknown

The Braes o' Gleniffer by Robert Tannahill

The Campbells are Comin' by Robert Burns

The Dark Island by David Silver

The Day We Went to Rothesay, O! by Unknown

The Deil's Awa' Wi' Th' Exciseman by Robert Burns

The Fall of the Leaf by Robert Burns

The Flower of Scotland by Roy Williamson - The Corries

The Gallowa' Hills by Jeannie Robertson

The Muckin' o' Geordie's Byre by Unknown

The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen by Unknown

The Rigs o' Barley by Robert Burns

The Road and the Miles to Dundee by Unknown

The Road to the Isles by Unknown

The Rose of Allandale by Charles Jefferys

The Rowan Tree by Carolina Oliphant

The Tartan Army by Unknown

The Tartan Rover by Alasdair Maciver

The Twa Corbies by Unknown

The Wee Cock Sparra by Duncan Macrae

The Wee Cooper O' Fife by Unknown

The Wild Mountain Thyme by Unknown

These Are My Mountains by Unknown

Three Craws by Duncan Macrae

Twa Recruitin' Sergeants by Unknown

Wee Deoch an Doris by Sir Harry Lauder

We're a' John Tamson's Bairns by Dr Joseph Roy

We're No' Awa' Tae Bide Awa' by Unknown

Westering Home by Unknown

When Charlie to the Highlands Came by Robert Allan

When the Battle's Over by Unknown

When You and I Were Young, Maggie by George Washington Johnson

Will Ye No Come Back Again? by Carolina Oliphant

Ye Banks and Braes by Robert Burns

Ye Jacobites by Name by Robert Burns

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Auld Lang Syne by Robert Burns


Should auld acquaintance be forgot And never brought to mind

Should auld acquaintaince be forgot And auld lang syne.

chorus: For auld lang syne, my dear, For auld lang syne,

We'll tak' a cup o' kindness yet For auld lang syne.

And surely you'll be your pint stowp

And surely I'll be mine,

And we'll drink a richt guid willy waught

For auld lang syne.




We twa hae run aboot the braes

And pu'd the gowans fine,

But we've wandered monie a wearie fit'

Since auld lang syne.




We twa hae paidled in the burn

Frae morning sun till dine

But seas a'tween us braid hae roared

Since auld lang syne




And here's a hand my trusty fere

And gie's a hand o' thine

And we'll tak' a cup o' kindness yet

For auld lang syne.



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