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  1. Feb 17,  · Rattlin' Roarin Wullie DISC ONE: STRINGS AND THINGS 5. Jock O'Hazeldean DISC ONE: STRINGS AND THINGS I have loved The Corries for years, I have Strings and Things on vinyl and just love the album. Jock O'Hazeldean is my favourite track on the album, its one of my all time favourite tracks so I am going to totally immerse myself in the /5(3).
  2. Those Wild Corries Bonnet, Belt & Sword Kishmul's Galley [Page 2] In Concert Love Songs The Best Folk Strings & Things Shades of Folk Lyceum Pibroch Live Alive O What You Fancy 16 Scottish These Are 1 Live Vol 1 Flower of Scotland Live Vol 2 Live Vol 3 Live Vol 4 These Are 2 Very Best Peat Fire Flame: Spotlight Stovies Dawning Love from.
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  6. Please note that VAT will be added during the checkout process for all customers resident in the EU Strings and Things / A Little of What You Fancy.
  7. Willie's gan tae Melville Castle Ye Jacobites Songbook 2: Ae fond Kiss Annie Laurie Banks of the Roses Blow ye winds in the morning Broom of the Cowdenknowes Cruel Brother Derwentwater's farewell Flower of Scotland Gallus Bloke Heiland Harry Helen of Kirkonnel Highland Lament Jock o Braidislee Johnny Cope Johnny Lad Lowlands away Lowlands of.
  8. O Rattlin, roarin Willie, O he held to the fair, An' for to sell his fiddle And buy some other ware; But parting wi' his fiddle, The saut tear blin't his e'e; And Rattlin, roaring Willie, Ye're welcome hame to me! O Willie, come sell your fiddle, O, Sell your fiddle sae fine; O Willie, come sell your fiddle.

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