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A towmond o' trouble, should that be my fa', A night o' gude fellowship sowthers it a' ; When at the blythe end of our journey at last, Wha the deil ever thinks o' the road he has past ?
Blind Chance, let her snapper and stoyte on her way,
Be't to me, be't frae me, e'en let the jad gae :
Come ease, or come travail; come pleasure or pain,
My warst word isó" Welcome, and welcome again ! "
Words by Burns. Tune. Lumps o' Ptcdding.
cxx HERE AW A, THERE AW A
Through the lang muir have I followed my Willie, Through the lang muir I have follow'd him hame.
Whale'er betide us, naught shall divide us; Love now rewards all my sorrow and pain.
Here awa, there awa, wandering Willie,
Here awa, there awa, here awa, hame ! Come, Love, believe me, nothing can grieve me,
Ilka thing pleases while Willie's at hame.
Chambers. From Herd's Collection.
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