"Wild Mountain Thyme" as written by Jimmy O'neill and Francis Mcpeake....
oh, the summertime is coming,
and the trees are sweetly blooming,
and the wild mountain thyme
grows around the purple heather
will you go, lassie go,

chorus:
and we'll all go together to pull wild mountain thyme
all around the blooming heather.
will you go, lassie, go

i will build my love a bower
by yon pure and crystal fountain
and on it i will pile
all the flowers of the mountain.
will you go, lassie, go

[chorus]

if my true love e'er should leave me
i would surely find another
where the wild mountain thyme
grows around the blooming heather.

[chorus]

oh, the autumn-time is coming,
and the leaves are gently falling,
where the wild mountain thyme
grows around the blooming heather

[chorus]


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"Wild Mountain Thyme" as written by David Johnstone John Baldry

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