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Cara Dillon - Donald Of Glencoe



[INTRO:] C   F  C    F  C

[VERSE 1:]
                       F          C
As I was a-walking one evening of late
                                 F         C
Where fragrant fine flowers, the field decorate
                           F         C
I carelessly rambled where I did not know
                                  F            C
By the fair crystal fountain that falls in Glencoe


[VERSE 2:]
                                  F        C
And on her who the prize on Mount Ider was won
                                F             C
Then approached me, a lassie as bright as the sun
                               F             C
And the ribbon and the tartan around her did flow
                                F            C
That welcomed young Donald, the pride of Glencoe


[VERSE 3:]
                                F              C
Said I, "My fine creature, your charming sweet smile
                                  F           C
And your comely fine features, my heart has beguiled
                                 F           C
And with your kind affection, on me you'll bestow
                             F          C
I'll bless the happy hour we met in Glencoe"


[VERSE 4:]
                                   F            C
"Kind sir", she made answer, "Your love I'll disdain
                                  F         C
For I have a young sweetheart and Donald by name
                              F          C
And he went to the wars about ten years ago
                              F            C
And a maid I remain 'til he returns to Glencoe"


[INSTRUMENTAL:]  (same as verse)


[VERSE 5:]
                                 F              C
"Ah, perhaps your young Donald regards not your name
                                F            C
And has placed his affection on some foreign dame
                           F            C
He may have forgotten, for all that you know
                             F           C
That bonny young creature he left in Glencoe"


[VERSE 6:]
                                    F       C
"From his promise, my Donald, would never depart
                                 F           C
For love, truth and honour stand firm in his heart
                             F           C
And if I never see him, then single I'll go
                             F            C
And mourn for my Donald, the pride of Glencoe"


[INSTRUMENTAL:]  (same as verse)


[VERSE 7:]
                              F          C
Then seeing her constance, he drew out a glove
                                 F        C
Which in parting she gave him in token of love
                                   F              C
She clung to his arms then and the tears down did flow
                                    F            C
"Ah, you're welcomed my Donald, the pride of Glencoe"


[VERSE 8:]
                               F           C
"Come, cheer up my Flora, your sorrows are o'er
                                   F          C
And since we have met, love, we'll never part more
                                  F           C
And the loud blast of battle, far distant may blow
                                       F           C
Whilst in peace and contentment, we'll live in Glencoe"


[OUTRO:]   (## repeat to end ##)
         F  C    F  C

            
            
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