Come o'er the stream Charlie, dear Charlie, brave Charlie
Come o'er the stream Charlie, and dine wi MacLean
And though ye be weary, we'll mak yer heart cheery
And welcome oor Charlie and his loyal train

We'll bring doon the red deer, we'll bring doon the black steer
The lamb fae the brecken and the doe fae the glen
The salt sea we'll harry and bring to oor Charlie,
The cream fae the bothy, the curd fae the pen


And you shall drink freely the dews of Glensheerly,
That stream in the starlight, where kings dinna ken
And deep be your meed of the wine that is red,
Tae drink to your sire and his friend the MacLean


It ought to invite you, or more will delight you,
Tis ready a troop of our bold Highland men
Shall range on the heather, with bayonet and feather,
Strong arms and broad claymores, three hundred and ten

(chorus x2)

Lyrics submitted by Mr_Soul

Come O'er The Stream Charlie song meanings
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