Tag: Scots recitals for children

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by Walter Wingate
The thunder clap may clatter – / The lichtnin' flare awa': / I'm listenin' to the water, / ...
by William Soutar
The tattie-bogle wags his airms: / Caw! Caw! Caw! / He hasna onie banes or thairms: / Caw! Caw! Caw! / / We corbies wha hae taken tent, / And wamphl’d...
by William Soutar
Noo the snaw creeps fae the braes / And is gaen: / Noo the trees clap on their claes / Ane be ane: / Yonder owre the windy...
by William Soutar
Coorie in the corner, sittin a’ alane, / Whan the nicht wind’s chappin / On the winnock-pane: / Coorie in the corner, dinna greet ava; / It’s...
by William Soutar
Wee wullie waggletail, what is a’ your stishie? / Tak a sowp o’ water and coorie on a stane: / Ilka tree stands dozent,...
by Scottish anonymous
I’ve a kisty, / I’ve a creel, / I’ve a baggie / Full of meal. / / I’ve a doggie / At the door, / One, two, / Three, four. / ...
by Scottish anonymous
Johnnie Scott was awful thin, / His bones were sticking through his skin; / Now he’s got a double chin, / With eating Colter’s candy. / / Allabally, allabally...
by Scottish anonymous
Twa wee birdies, / Sittin on a hill, / Ane ca'd Jack, / And anither ca'd Jill. / Flee awa Jack, / Flee awa Jill, / Come back Jack, / Come back Jill.
by Matthew Fitt
Fireworks aff the Castle / Goin WHEECH, WHEECH, WHEECH / Bairns in the library / Gettin WHEESHT, WHEESHT, WHEESHT / / Cans o Irn Bru / Goin...
by William Soutar
The flitterin faces come doun the brae / And the baskets gowd and green; / And nane but a blindie wud speer the day / Whaur...
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