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I knew a very wise man that believed if a man were permitted to make the ballads, he need not care who would make the laws of a nation.
—Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun.
"Come, gie's a sang,'' Montgomery cried, " And lay your disputes all aside: What signifies for folks to chide
For what's been done before 'em? Let Whig and Tory all agree
To drop their whig-mig-mo-rum, To spend the night in mirth and glee, And cheerful sing, alang wi' me,
The reel of Tullochgorum."
— John Skinn«r.