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Heilan' Whiskey ©

Alisdaire O'Caoimph
Lavergne, USA

Jiggle a notion of the Hieland brew
that swells from Scotland's crispy dew
To fill hearts a plenty with joy and song
Scot's Whiskey born wild and strong.

Swallow that liquid of golden honey
down your gullet to warm your tummy
Then know you drank the breath of Gods
a fiery brew you drunken sods.

Crisp as a cold wind against your lungs
Hot as the temper upon your tongues
Whiskey, Whiskey the Scotsman's drink
that'll lift your spirits to the brink.

You'll find it where ever Scotsmen congregate
Heiland Whiskey best drank straight.


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