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Folk Song

X:1 T:Lillicrankie N: C:Trad K:C W:1 W:Waur hae ye been sae braw me lad? W:Waur has ye been sae brankie-o? W:Waur hae ye been sas braw me lad? W:Cam ye by Killiecrankie-o. W:An ye hae been wha I hae been, W:Ye wouldnae been sae cantie-o, W:An ye hae seen wha I hae seen, W:On the braes o' Killiecrankie-o. W: W:2. W:Oh I fought at land, I fought at sea, W:At haem I fought my auntie-o, W:But I met the Devil and Dundee, W:On the braes o Killiecrankie-o. W:An ye hae been wha I hae been, W:Ye wouldnae been sae cantie-o, W:An ye hae seen wha I hae seen, W:On the braes o' Killiecrankie-o. W: W:3. W:The bold Pictur fell with a fawr W:And Claver’se got a clankie-o, W:And I hae fled an Atholl gled, W:On the braes o‘Killieorankie-o W:An ye hae been wha I hae been, W:Ye wouldnae been sae cantie-o, W:An ye hae seen wha I hae seen, W:On the braes o' Killiecrankie-o. W: W:4. W:O fie Mackay was gart ye lie, W:In the bush ayond the brankie-o W:Ye'd better kiss King Willie's boot, W:Than cam by Killiecrankie-o. W:An ye hae been wha I hae been, W:Ye wouldnae been sae cantie-o, W:An ye hae seen wha I hae seen, W:On the braes o' Killiecrankie-o. W: W:5. W:There’s nae shame, there's nae shame W:There's nae shame tae swankie-o, W:There’s soor slaes on Atholl braes, W:An the De'il's at Killiecrankie-o W:An ye hae been wha I hae been, W:Ye wouldnae been sae cantie-o, W:An ye hae seen wha I hae seen, W:On the braes o' Killiecrankie-o % % % % %

					
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