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Uncle Dan's Scran ©

Calum Stewart
Glasgow, Scotland
2008

Jings, crivens as they say.
We're a stayin' wi' uncle Dan,
A doddle, by the way

have yea walked aw that way,
Yon last wee bit, we ran,
Jings, crivens as they say.

Holy Grace first, the day,
Afore startin' oan the scran,
A doddle, by the way

The weans afore Dan lay
Aw feart o' an empty Pan,
Jings, crivens as they say.

Wiz enuf oan the tray,
He'd done aw a boady can,
A doddle, by the way

No need for weans to pray,
Uncle Dan is blessed, by the Man,
Jings, crivens as they say,
A doddle, by the way



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