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SCOTLAND ©

by Nic Logue
Peebles, Scotland
1998

Thistles and heather everywhere,
Breathing in that good clean air.
Going down to the pub for a pint and a nip,
But it's quite strong whisky, so best just a sip!
Go visit Nessie, take a few snaps,
Or maybe some culture with castles, perhaps.
With Abbeys and lochs, there's loads to see,
Scotland's a place that wants to be free.

Edinburgh and Glasgow are fun at night,
All those people. Oh! What a sight!
Edinburgh Festival is a thing not to miss,
The Military Tattoo, you'd really like this.
Scotland's weather is not always fair,
But you're having fun, so you don't really care.
Go to the mountains for breathtaking views,
Then tell your friends about the heilan' coos.


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