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Traditional Songs of Scotland

Mhairi's Wedding

Chorus:
Step we gaily, on we go
Heel for heel and toe for toe,
Arm in arm and row on row,
All for Mhairi's wedding.

Over hillways up and doon,
Myrtle green and bracken broon,
Past the sheilings through the toon,
All for sake of Mhairi.
Chorus:

Plenty herring, plenty meal,
Plenty peat to fill her creel,
Plenty bonny bairns as weel,
That's the toast for Mhairi.
Chorus:

Cheeks as red as rowans are,
Bright her eyes as any star,
Fairest o' them aw by far,
Is our darlin' Mhairi.
Chorus:


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