The Bonnie Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond

The Bonnie Bonny Banks of Loch Lomond

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  1. By yon bonnie banks, and by yon bonnie braes,
    Where the sun shines bright, on Loch Lomond
    Where me and my true love, were ever wont to gae,
    On the bonnie bonnie banks, of Loch Lomond
    Oh ye'll tak' the high road An' I'll tak' the low road
    And I'll be in scotland afore ye
    For me and my true love will never meet
    Again on the bonnie bonny banks of Loch Lomond
  2. We'll meet where we parted, in yon shady glen
    On the steep steep side, of Ben Lomond
    Where in purple hue, the hie-lands we view
    And the moon looks out, frae the gloamin'
  3. Still fair is the scene, but ah! how changed
    Are the hopes that we fondly cherished
    Like a wa-t'ry gleam, like a morning dream
    On Cul-lo-dens field, they ha'e per-rished
  4. The wild flowers spring, and the wee birds sing
    And in sun-shine the waters, are sleepin'
    But the broken heart, a kens nae second spring
    And re-sign'd we may be, tho' we're greetin'






Steamer at Loch Lomond pier