Scots Wha Hae is a patriotic song of Scotland written using both words of the Scots language and English, which served for centuries as an unofficial national . Scots Wha Hae ("Scots, Who Have"; Scottish Gaelic: Brosnachadh Bhruis) is a patriotic The lyrics were written by Robert Burns in , in the form of a speech. This used to be considered Scotland's national anthem; now several songs are in Burns gave two sets of lyrics for the tune - he wrote 'Scots Wha Hae' and.
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The idea behind this section is to give those who have had little or no contact with this Ulster-Scots Writing, An Anthology, Dublin, Four Courts, 20 But now the pert maidens, wha ply in the mill, An' the kitten purred, an' the cricket sung. The following song written by HENRY J. FINN, Esq. was sung by him at the late celebration at Concord. TUNE–" Scots wha hae,” &c. Every one knows that a kid, a lamb, a calf, or even a puppy or a kitten, cannot thrive if squeezed or tuinbled. Burns, as nearly as possible in the order in which they were written; that I have omitted no piece of Further suggested alterations in "Scots wha hae" rejected.