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Folk Song

X:1 T:Flower Of Scotland C:Trad Z:Webmaster W: W:1 Oh Flower of Scotland, W:When will we see your like again? W:That fought and died for W:Your wee bit hill and glen. W: W:(chorus) And stood against them, W:Proud Edward's army, W:And sent him homewards, W:Tae think again. W: W:2 The hills are bare now, W:And autumn leaves lie thick and still W:O'er land that is lost now, W:Although so dearly held. W: W:3 Those days are passed now, W:And in the past they must remain, W:But we can still rise now, W:And be the nation again. % % % % %

					
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