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GUEST,Boab Auld Lang Syne - Meaning (6) RE: Auld Lang Syne - Meaning 29 Nov 05

Literally 'old long since". Burns "collected" the song by modifying the words he heard being sung by an old guy in a pub. "MacPherson's Rant" and "Killiecrankie" come into the same category. I have a volume which even contains "the Carls o' Dysart" as being part of a Burns collection; I 'hae ma doots" about that one, though----

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