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The cold wind blaws,
The dark sky looms,
Yet the toon is in its bloom,
Auld and true,
Edinburgh you make the world glow,
Yer fine streets,
And stories told,
And yet to be ...
'Song for Sanna'
Chorus (start with chorus)
Places I'm going to - places I've come to know
Countries and city's there's none can compare
With the white sands I long to see and the sound of ...
Clattering into Perth in my father's pre-WWII, Austin A10, by age five or six, I realised that the greater part of the journey still lay ahead. Before I was born my father had been driving a Jaguar, ...
It's cold and wet even though the sun is shining, which, like a good whisky, is rare and appreciated. I don't really want to be here anymore, yet there is nowhere else I would rather be.
Red sandstone Pele towers stand like Milecastles
Under the open ever changing sky
Departing Eden across Metal Bridge
Entering the marsh and moss, now merse and flow
Wader and fowl call, like an ...
The 'hills of home': like a melody they rise and fall, imperial.
Like a story they roll along - the waves of a great, green ocean.
Hills as distant and, at once, as intimate as a lonely lover's ...
It was a crisp clear November day in Glasgow. The year 2005. A carpet of leaves spread before us. Shades of terracotta and gold paved our way to this formal event. Trees waved gently either side as ...
You're there, just out of sight behind the line of trees that separate you from the stream of traffic heading north towards Crianlarich and beyond. Some of Scotland's most stunning sights lie in that ...
'neath Tetris block housing
lies my favourite haunt
to visitors and friends
its beauty I flaunt
an arm outstretched
across the sea
'Come to St Andrews!'
(it worked for me)
I went with pals to Saturday football,
But really, we were looking for a beau
Who'd meet us at the local dancing hall.
Maybe invite us out to flicks, or show!
I caught the eye of someone in the ...