Well gather round people
and I'll tell ye a story,
a story so auld
frae a time long gone by.
It comes frae the highlands
where the wind blows the heather.
To think of it now,
brings a trae te me eye...

Well the romans invaded
what's now called Great Britian.
But the Scots were so thugh,
they could not take all.
But they captured the English
and used them as slaves,
to toil day and night
to build Hadrian's Wall...

With tartans a sailin'
pipers a whailin'
laddies and lassies
appart frae the crowd.
When the fightin' is done,
the battle is won,
there we'll be standin'...
Scottish and Proud,
oh yea we Scottish and Proud.

So if you're a fighter
and scrappin' a lot,
You'd best shy away
if you're scrappin' a Scot.
Wi' one fuckin' blow
yer head will be squished,
Then he'll let his scottie dog
lick the blood from his fist...


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    General Commentnothing like a history lesson and an ass kicking in the same song.
    ramtharon August 19, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe Real McKenzies have a new album coming out may 20 called Oot & Aboot. maybe we`ll be able to add lyrics by then...
    AirCav1stOfThe9thon May 02, 2003   Link
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    General Commentoh yeah 8-) scottish pride! why don't they have loch lomond on here? it's the ultimate scottish song!
    Em of Argyllon January 25, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthey do "Loch Lomond" on both their self titled album and on their live Robbie Burns tribute "Pissed Tae Th' Gills". Paul McKenzie sounds, as one would suspect from the latter album title, piss drunk on the live version. it's hilarious, but i`d say the self-titled release version would be the version to check out.
    AirCav1stOfThe9thon January 19, 2006   Link

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