The Bluebell of Scotland
|The Bluebell of Scotland
Oh, where! and oh, where! does your Highland laddie dwell?
He dwells in merry Scotland, at the sign of the Blue Bell;
And it's oh! in my heart, that I love my laddie well.
What clothes, in what clothes is your Highland laddie clad?
His bonnet's of the Saxon green, his waistcoat's of the plaid;
And it's oh! in my heart, that I love my Highland lad.
Suppose, oh, suppose that your Highland lad should die?
The bagpipes shall play o'er him, I'11 lay me down and cry;
And its oh! in my heart, that I wish he may not die!
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