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Killiecrankie





Refers to battle in 1689, where winner, Graham of Claverhouse (Bonnie Dundee) was slain, ending Jacobite hopes.



Whaur hae ye been sae braw, lad?

Whaur hae ye been sae brankie-o?

Whaur hae ye been sae braw, lad?

Cam' ye by Killiecrankie-o?

An' ye had been whaur I hae been

Ye wadna been sae cantie-o

An' ye had seen what I hae seen

On the braes o' Killiecrankie-o

I fought at land, I fought at sea

At hame I fought my auntie-o

But I met the Devil and Dundee

On the braes o' Killiecrankie-o

The bauld pitcur fell in a furr

And Clavers gat a crankie-o

Or I had fed an Athol gled

On the braes o' Killiecrankie-o

Oh fie, MacKay, What gart ye lie

I' the brush ayont the brankie-o?

Ye'd better kiss'd King Willie's loff

Than come tae Killiecrankie-o

It's nae shame, it's nae shame

It's nae shame to shank ye-o

There's sour slaes on Athol braes

And the de'ils at Killiecrankie-o



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