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Jul 27 2014 by MP3 Download
Jeffrey Powell: "Auld Lang Syne"
Really a very beautiful song... I always wondered about the meaning of the
lyrics in this song and I never knew the history behind it till now. I
learned something new already for the new year!
tata kitcho: I learned this song when I was a boy scout and 12 years old and get to sing
it every at the end of the school year, when all of us going away for a
long vacation. As we were singing, it always made me cry. even now in my
twilight years I still tear up, whenever I hear it. Thanks
Jeannette Oatley: For all of you
mh605: It's a beautiful version of Auld Lang Syne, and I love the beautiful
photos. But you need to give credit to the musician in your introduction.
Who is singing? It sounds like Dougie McClean.
Kalle Anka: Sorry to say but Robert Burns did not wrote the song, he merely wrote down
a folk song. (sorry for the english but im from sweden)
mh605: And from what album is this?
En-Pu Chang: I miss Scotland so bad!
Will Hoover: ♫ Scottish Music - Auld Lang Syne ♫
John Skilbred: Happy New Year To Everyone........Here's to a Happier New Year For All of
Us.....For AULD LANG SYNE!
Thanks for Posting this Traditional Ballad!
LK McGill Wagner: For Long, Long, Since!
matthew bain: HAPPY NEW YEAR
klaus toense: Scottland for ever
Mike Emery: Beautiful, thanks.
Stewart Brooker: Happy new year , may it be the start of the good years !!!!!1
Jelena Pavlovic: Thank you ! Happy New Year 2014!
7400Denmark: Music is a great thing to the world - and to me !
ThankYou Scottland and a Very Good NewYear 2014 to you all.
Lillibeth Heatherhill: Happy Hogmanay all - lang may yer lum reek! (long may your chimney smoke =
long life and prosperity)
Julie Goldsmith: Happy New year all! Hope 2014 is a great year for everyone....love from
Sandgate, Queensland, Australia
Avante Lewis: For all of my days I will only play the scottish version of auld lang syne
at new year's.
lonestaroftejas: So beautiful and so moving ...
Rick Levesque: I can't believe the way this song makes me feel like Scotland is calling...
Wilfred Baker: such lovely song, Dougie Mclean sings so beautifully ,reminds me of the
highlands ,aye we share this cup of kindness, .
Chris Pateman: Beautiful...Thank you.....Happy New Year 2014 from Australians with
Scottish Ancestors....All the best....
Maighread Birdsong: LOVELY!
Renee Joy: The real kicker? I never knew this was an actual Scots tradition until
just now...*good shivers*. :) (See my post just below, lol.)
Renee Joy: For old long since (in English). I was adopted at birth and did not know
my heritage until I became an adult, and was not raised with Scots heritage
but always felt I was (turns out I'm half, lol) but I used to always play
Auld Lang Syne at midnight on New Year's Eve on my trumpet (I play
classically) every year growing up out in the country; our neighbors five
miles out could all still hear me in the cold winter air when they went out
to set off fireworks. :) I still do this at age 40, and will do it as long
as my hands can still hold my trumpet.
brotherhoodz97: Scotland will be free! September 2014 they vote for independence
Paul Aronhime: Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let
each new year find you a better man. -Benjamin Franklin
And with that, I wish each and everyone of you a very Happy New Years and
may 2014 welcome you with open arms and hearts.
Tis the year of the horse. So grab a hold a ride far my friends, not onto
the many worn paths, but the one you forge yourself....
nothingsexcluded: So beautiful that I got tears in my eyes. Thank you. ✌♫♪˙❤‿❤˙♫♪✌
William: Auld Lang Syne, partly done in Scottish, with the best shots of Scotland
I've ever seen! This is excellently well done and a must see. But, if you
have Irish or Scottish roots, this will rock your SOUL!!!
davie l: God bless rabbie burns
czar14617: HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!! 2014
Jason Dark: I just learnt about this song at school and i LOVE IT !
TheGrayBox: "But seas between us braid hae roar'd since days of auld lang syne" For
some reason I find so much meaning in that little phrase, especially
considering the age in which this was written, when friends and family
leaving home would likely never see each other again.
ElizabethGS: that's a very dumb and insulting thing to call someone purely because he's
German. Only some Germans were Nazis. If YOU don't know the difference you
need to open a history book. Take for example the US during Bush's years.
Would the assumption be that every US citizen was a republican purely
because He was the president? No. So stop with stupid comments on youtube
because a young person wants to visit beautiful Scotland from Bavaria.
KamikazeHunter1944: Unless I'm hearing it wrong on iTunes, yes, this is Dougie MacLean's
recording of the poem.
CelticAngloPress: (Que the Parrots whom condemn the propaganist media but uphold their myths
about the only true nationalist party because it fits their marxists
ImiteB: Prettiest version I ever heard of this song.
MrMalusignis: @glasgow1234 Even under British rule for so long Scotland has never lost
who it is and I pray it never does.
Alasdair: Why not?
Kelvin Ho: I like Long Long Ago song more than this.
Fl4dd3rm0uz: go to wikipedia.. type in "Auld lang syne" and it will tell you heaps about
the song... for one that it means "old long since" or: long long since and
that it is a poem by Robert Burns set to a pentatonic old Scots folk song
melody. Now, STOP BEING LAZY.
Phorus 93: This is such a wonderful song ! I love Scotland. All these sceneries, it
makes me want to visit this country. And of course taste a real scottish
thubronic89: Robert burns inspiring min
Mike Renders: What's wrong with ethnic or religious association? Those that identify
themselves as A go to Z those that identify as B go to Y, you get choice in
Hasan Mostafa: Nice Song! Love from Bangladesh!
maosef: There are calls for welsh independence, however they are not as eager as
the Scots. I imagine to some degree welsh independence will depend upon
whether or not Scotland can demonstrate that an ancient British kingdom
long since losing their autonomy can not only survive but thrive in the
modern world. N.Ireland is more focused on the reunification with Ireland
or staying UK debate and Cornwall which is the most south westerly region
of England is also discussing independence or more autonomy.
drtruth8: Scotland is part of the United Kingdom, not Britain, and finally has the
opportunity to vote for independence in 2014. I wouldn't go around saying
Scots are British, mate. Please don't get angry; I'm just being pedantic me.
Do you know the lyrics for this song?