This could also have been the original Irish version. 2, Edinburgh 1828, reprint 1875, p. 121, source: From: Complete Works of Robert Burns, Vol. Tuning: G C E A. The Parting Glass is NOT an Ed Sheehan song, although his cover version is very popular. 2 contributors total, last edit on Mar 14, 2017. Am F C G And all the harm I've ever d Jest możliwe, że pieśń ta była znana już na początku siedemnastego wieku. 4, Lodon 1825 (available at, James C. Dick (ed. piosenek w polskim Internecie. It's not clear if this melody and the text of "The Parting Glass" were were combined in Ireland or already earlier in Scotland or England. The Parting Glass Lyrics Übersetzung. Author anthonytatylor2 [a] 126. The first two verses - with only some minor variations - as well as some lines of the fourth would later be used in the Irish song: But the author of this text also must have been familiar with the original words to "Neighbours Farewell To His Friends". I grew up surrounded by Irish immigrants. 2 (1782, No. przez naszych redaktorów, dodamy ją jako oficjalną interpretację utworu! 2. Here the melodic phrase used in the first 1½ bars is already somehow similar to the one later used for "The Parting Glass". The Dubliners was an Irish folk band founded in Dublin, Ireland, in 1962. A New Song" (Madden Ballads 12, Frame 8341). "Sweet Cootehill Town"  (No. For some reason it has a very unusual structure: two verses of 12 lines and two of four lines, perhaps a kind of refrain. But there are some variations compared to the original version that can't be found in later versions of "The Parting Glass" and it is obvious that Baird's text had no influence on the song's further development. It was a time when he had serious problems and thought about emigrating. 1. A." "The Parting Glass" is one of the most popular Irish folk songs (though there is some debate about whether the song is originally Irish or Scottish). It had been first printed in William Thomson's Orpheus Caledonius in 1725 and 1733, No. 8, p. 38 - 40): But the text from the chapbook also migrated to England as can be seen from a broadside with the title "Good Night And Joy Be With You All" that was printed in Liverpool between 1820 and 1824 (Harding B 25(762), at BBO). Unfortunately it is not clear when this broadside was published. The first four lines of the fourth verse are clearly a variant of the first half of the old song's first verse: Also the lines 2 to 6 of the first verse are derived from the corresponding lines of the second verse of "Neighbours Farewel": Interestingly two Scottish versions from oral tradition in the Greig-Duncan Collection are clearly influenced by the text from the chapbook (No. The very first evidence for a song with the title "Good Night And God Be With You" is a tune - it's  different from the one used for "The Parting Glass" -  in the so-called Skene Manuscripts (see Dauney 1838, p. 222), an important collection of music compiled in the 1620s or 1630s. "The Parting Glass" is a very popular Irish song with an interesting history. ), The Greig-Duncan Folk Song Collection, Vol. At this point we know that most of the text of the modern "Parting glass" was written in Scotland. For example in line 5 of verse 1 "want of wit" has been changed to "want of sense" and the "fair maid" in the third verse has been turned into a "girl". G. 2. 1 & 2), Sir Alexander Boswell, Songs, Chiefly In The Scottish Dialect, Edinburgh 1803 (available at, Peter Buchan, Ancient Ballads And Songs Of The North Of Scotland, Vol. There is simply no other reliable evidence that this fragment is in any way related to this incident and that is was ever known as "Armstrong's Goodnight". Parting Glass History Videos. 4, 1823, p. 104, at the Internet Archive, reprinted in The Poetical Works of the Ettrick Shepherd, Vol. The Parting Glass has many references to companionship and friendship. But a variant of lines 3 and 4 of the first verse would later appear as the the opening couplet of the last verse in "The Parting Glass" ("Oh, all the comrades that e'er I had/They're sorry for my going away"). 1531, Vol. But as usual there is much more that we don't know than what we know. The first known text was published in 1654 or - according to another dating - circa 1670 (see Copac) on a broadside called  "Neighbours farewel to his friends" (Wing N414B, ESTC R43475 available at EEBO): This text doesn't have much in common with the modern song except of course the last line of every verse. znasz historię tego utworu, możesz dodać interpretację tekstu. 5, London 1840 (available at, Edwin Paxton Hood (ed. They have mostly avoided this song. I think the first one to note the fragment's relationship to the broadside was Henderson in his comments to Scott's Minstrelsy but he also mentioned that there was a broadside from the 17th century called "The Banishment of Poverty by His Royal Highness, J. D. Durch die gemeinsamen Erinnerungen an Colleen kommen sie sich wieder ein Stück näher. A Collection Of  842 Irish Airs And Songs, "The Peacock", from:  James Aird, A Selection of Scots, English, Irish and Foreign Airs, Vol. "The Parting Glass" is a Scottish traditional song, often sung at the end of a gathering of … "The Parting Glass" (revised 30.3.2012) I. The Parting Glass deutsche Übersetzung von Celtic Woman. The chapter "Fragments of Comic and Humorous Songs" included two verses without a title that are clearly recognizable as a relic of the text printed on the old broadside (Vol. Or, the despairing lover. Na zakończenie zaprasza przyjaciół do wypicia na pożegnanie, co ma symbolizować nadejście radości. This variant can be found in Edwin Paxton Hood's Book of Temperance Melody (1850, p. 63). The themes of departure from friends and family are often found in Irish songs – emigration having split millions of families over the years. View interactive tab. The parting glass comes with a toast: Good night and joy be with you all. In the catalogue of the library of the Trinity College in Dublin it is tentatively dated as from "c. 1860". "The Old Chieftain To His Sons" was published in 1803 in his  Songs, Chiefly in The Scottish Dialect (p. 33). Sung with its own proper tune" (, Another early text sung to this tune was  published - to my knowledge - for the first time  in 1764 in William Hunter’s, In 1776 David Herd published the second edition of his, Sir Walter Scott used a slightly different variant of this fragment in the first volume of. 3237, p. 586). Much more important was another broadside published at least a decade later: "A New Song caled [sic!] Na Groove.pl znajdziesz najdokładniejsze tekstowo tłumaczenia The printer's name was Armstrong but I presume he had nothing to do with the Scottish clan: The first two verse are in parts closer to the modern "Parting Glass" but for some reason the third verse is completely different. As far as I know Scott was the first one to come up with this apocryphal story that has been parroted and embellished endlessly since then. Ma szczęście posiadając w życiu przyjaciół. Sprawdź o czym jest tekst piosenki The Parting Glass nagranej przez Ed Sheeran. Her text is nearly identical to the one printed by Birmingham as can be seen from another edition only called "The Parting Glass" that is available at the allegro Catalogue of Ballads (Harding B26(499), on the right, at BBO). It was regularly reprinted, for example in a popular collection like The Pocket Encyclopedia of Scottish, English, and Irish Songs, Vol. Wyróżniamy się unikalnymi interpretacjami tekstów, które pozwolą Ci na dokładne zrozumienie 384, p. 192) is sung to the same melody as "The Parting Glass". Jest to jedyny tzw. Due to this history, "The Parting Glass" has long been thought of as a Scottish song that fell out of favor when the famous Auld Lang Syne gained popularity. Nach dem mysteriösen Tod der jüngsten Schwester Colleen (Anna Paquin) reist ihre zerstrittene Familie (ihr Vater, die drei Geschwister und ihr Ex-Ehemann) quer durchs Land, um ihr Habseligkeiten zu sammeln. With Denis O'Hare, Anna Paquin, Cynthia Nixon, Melissa Leo. The Parting Glass Chords by Liam Clancy learn how to play chords diagrams. that used a tune called "The Last Good-Night"  (p. 156/7; see a reprint from 1703 at Word on the Street, NLS). 2, Edinburgh, London & New York 1902 (available at, David Herd, Ancient And Modern Scottish Songs, Vol. The biggest problem is often enough to find out when a particular broadside was published. Listen to The Parting Glass from The Dubliners's Definitive Pub Songs Collection for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Printer Walter Birmingham had a shop in Queen Street on Dublin from at least 1842 to 1847 (see Pettigrew & Oulton's Dublin Directory 1842, Also it is not definitely known if he really was the first one to publish this variant in Ireland. r emarke d Frank, whose rescue from capture and death was so striking that he could not feel oppressed by the fierc e ness of the attack. "The Parting Glass" is a very popular Irish song with an interesting history. Today, however, it is widely regarded as "Irish," mainly because so many Irish artists released recordings of the folk song. Click here for print version. It is Moyer's feature directorial debut. I, New York & London 1998 (= SITM), Oliver Goldsmith, The Miscellaneous Works, ed. James Hogg called his version "Good Night And Joy" and it was used as the last song of R. A. Smith's Scottish Minstrel (Vol. In fact only the publication in O Lochlainn's, Patrick Galvin, Irish Drinking Songs (1957?, Riverside RLP 12-604), Robin Roberts: Come All ye Fair and Tender Ladies (1959, Tradition, Tom Kines, An Irishman In North America (1962, Folkways, Ann Mayo Muir, Magic of Mayo Muir (1963, 20th Century Fox TFM 3122), Bob Dylan also learned this song from the Clancys. 2 , first published 1782 ( this edition  was possibly a later reprint of Vol. These are the chords to 'The Parting Glass' by Ed Sheeran. subscribe share tweet. His version was very popular throughout the 19th century. The Parting Glass Original Songtext. Download Pdf. Carmichael was killed in a border raid in June 1600 and in November 1601 Thomas Armstrong and Adam Scott were tried and executed in Edinburgh. 8, p. 44): Joanna Baillie's  "Good Night, Good Night!" My grandparents emigrated from Ireland, and Irish culture was a … In the, Interestingly there is one more broadside with another variant of "The Parting Glass". First posted here in November 2010, revised version posted on March 30, 2012Comments: Please use my blog, send a mail to info[at]justanothertune.com, "The Parting Glass" is a very popular Irish song with an interesting history. He founded the Ronnie Drew Group, later to be known as The Dubliners with Luke Kelly, Barney McKenna and Ciaran Bourke in 1962. In 1881 William Christie published a tune for "Gude Nicht, An' Joy Be Wi' Ye A'"  in the second volume of his Traditional Ballad Airs (1881, p. 182, with a  text by the Baroness Nairne) and noted that this "ancient air [...] was sung to 'The Last Guid Nicht', in Aberdeenshire and also in Morayshire" (p. 299). No. Only Greig & Duncan have collected the two variants from Scotland that I have already mentioned. 69, p. 138). They’re sorry for my going away. It's a farewell song of emigrants leaving their hometown for a new life in America: Joyce - born in 1827 - had learned it "when a mere child": According to Bruce Olson's Early Irish Tune Title Index a tune with the title "The Peacock" was first published in James Aird's A Selection of Scots, English, Irish and Foreign Airs, Vol. Transmissions And Stylistic Influences, 1961 - 1963, Lanham, Maryland & London 2001, T. F. Henderson (ed. Petrie's Complete Collection of Irish Music (1902, No. Herd was an anthologist, a collector of "old songs" whose work had a great influence on later popular songwriters like Robert Burns. That song had also been published earlier (ca. Jan 7, 2018 - Explore Breeia Meekins's board "The Parting Glass" on Pinterest. the Parting Glass", printed by W. Birmingham, 103 Thomas-street, Dublin (Madden Ballads 12, Frame 8667). But this melody is very different from the one we know from the Skene Manuscript. :) No Capo [Intro] F#m D A E [Verse 1] F#m D A E Of all the money that e'er I had F# William 'Liam' Clancy (2 September 1935 – 4 December 2009) (Irish;Liam Mac Fhlannchadha) was an Irish folk singer. Today many recordings are available and for me the best is still the one by the Clancy Brothers with Tommy Makem from 1959 (on Come Fill Your Glass With Us, Tradition TLP 1032). Some Notes On The History Of"The Parting Glass". This text has some printing errors and some minor edits. Nigdy nie skrzywdził w swoim życiu nikogo, oprócz siebie samego. I, Edinburgh 1876 & Vol. 38, see also  SMM 1, No. The Parting Glass Alt ernative. 1670, see Copac; available at EEBO) and I presume the idea was to combine two popular oldies on one sheet. 1805, p. 17, Smollett Holden, A Collection of the Most Esteem'd Old Irish Melodies, Vol. Wokalista śpiewał ją pewnego dnia pod koniec spotkania z przyjaciółmi. It’s thought to have been a popular New Year’s Eve song in both Ireland and Scotland before it was superseded by Auld Lang Syne. That's not very helpful. Directed by Stephen Moyer. The Parting Glass is a 2018 American-Canadian drama film written by Denis O'Hare, directed by Stephen Moyer and starring Ed Asner, Rhys Ifans, Melissa Leo, Cynthia Nixon, Anna Paquin and O'Hare. The Sheffield 'prentice. But Frank Sinatra liked this song and asked Dylan to perform it at the concert celebrating his 80th birthday in 1995. Wierzył w przesąd, iż za każdym razem kiedy się kogoś skrzywdzi powraca to do ciebie w tej samej postaci. Shane McGowan performing The Parting Glass recorded at the Bitter End in New York in June 2008. But Haly was busy as a printer in Cork since the mid-40s (see Moulden 2011, p. 610) and it is surely possible that she has introduced this song in Ireland. According to William Stenhouse (1839, note in Scotish Musical Museum, Vol. There are four songs in Sam Henry's Songs of the People - collected between 1924 and 1937 - that use variants of the tune (Huntington & Hermann, pp. This tune was very popular for a long time. Fill to me the parting glass And drink a health whate'er befalls And gently rise and softly call Good night and joy be to you all. 1 of 16. Ronnie Drew (1934 - 2008) was an Irish singer and folk musician, born in Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin, on 16 September 1934. 1, London 1802 (5fth edition, 1821 available at, Patrick Shuldham-Shaw, Emily B. Lyle & Katherine Campbell (ed. Burns quoted the text  in one of Sylvander’s letters  to Clarinda in January 1788 (in: Complete Works of Robert Burns, Vol. Young Robe, Four songs: The scolding wife. There are four songs in, But only 30  years after the publication of Joyce’s "Sweet Cootehill Town" the modern version of "The Parting Glass" - without the refrain and the additional verses but with this particular melody - was printed for the very first time in Colm O Lochlainn's, This "Parting Glass" is virtually identical to the version recorded by the Clancys in 1959 and it is not unreasonable to assume that they have learned it - directly or indirectly - from this book. There’s an attractive and positive attitude throughout the lyrics that keeps resurfacing amid the sadness of the departure. 5, 1840, p. 208). One of the most influential Irish acts of the 20th century, they celebrated 50 years together in 2012, making them Ireland's longest surviving musical act. ), The Songs of Robert Burns, London 1903, p. 214, source: From: Robert Chambers, The Scottish Songs, Vol. The Parting Glass – auf Deutsch etwa "Das Glas zum Abschied" – ist ein traditionelles Lied aus Schottland, welches oft am Ende eines Treffens gesungen wird.Bis zu Robert Burns’ "Auld Lang Syne" war es das beliebteste schottische Abschiedslied.. But two tunes in O’Neill's Music of Ireland (1903) - "The Parting Glass" (No. 1. This refers to another song by Robert Burns, "My Nannie, O" (1787, see Dick, No. Perhaps it was brought over by an anonymous singer who was familiar with the the chapbook and then made up his own version. 1821, p. 287). 1620, see Copac). Glas zum Abschied All das Geld, das ich jemals hatte, Habe ich in guter Gesellschaft ausgegeben. Enjoy! The chords are the same for each verse. F. 1. :) No Capo [Intro] F#m D A E [Verse 1] F#m D A E Of all the money that e'er I had F# 2, Edinburgh 1828 (reprint 1875 available at, Robert Burns, Complete Works, Vol. See more ideas about the parting glass, beer photography, drinks. "The Parting Glass" is a traditional Irish and Scottish song. Jeśli wiesz o czym śpiewa wykonawca, potrafisz czytać "między wierszami" i „Parting Glass to tradycyjna irlandzka i szkocka pieśń pożegnalna. The Parting Glass ukulele chords by Misc Traditional. But something is happening that is beyond his control. It must have been a broadside published either by Haly or Birmingham because his text doesn't include the edits and errors of Nugent's variant from Dublin. One accurate version. II 1 Key G major Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 1 Language English Average Duration Avg. During the Folk Revival era this song was also recorded by some other artists: Galvin's may have been the very first recording of "The Parting Glass" but by all accounts the Clancy Brothers' version turned out to be the most influential. The very first evidence for a song with the title "Good Night And God Be With You" is a tune - it's  different from the one used for "The Parting Glass" -  in the so-called, A variant of this tune was then printed for the first time in 1700 in  Henry Playford's. The Parting Glass Lyrics: Of all the money that e'er I spent / I spent it in good company / And all the harm that e'er I've done / Alas! This is a popular man who is welcome wherever he goes. Printer Walter Birmingham had a shop in Queen Street on Dublin from at least 1842 to 1847 (see Pettigrew & Oulton's Dublin Directory 1842, p. 420, at Failte Romhat;  Slater's Commercial Directory of Ireland 1846, p. 56, at  Failte Romhat; Dublin Almanac 1847, p. 454). The Parting Glass auf Deutsch. 1807/8, p. 41, P. O' Farrell's Pocket Companion for the Irish or Union Pipes, Vol. It is Moyer's feature directorial debut. The Parting Glass Original Songtext. When was this song introduced in Ireland? Other poets and songwriters also created new lyrics. The sorrowful man at peace. ), Sir Walter Scott's Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, Vol. Good night and joy be with you all, Printed by Thomas Duncan, 159, Saltmarket, Glasgow [1815-1822?] Amusingly the tune was even appropriated by the Temperance movement. But there is no mention of the Armstrongs and I think he simply had found another mutilated relic of the old broadside song. Liam Clancy. przekazu Twoich ulubionych piosenek. Dlaczego warto nas polubić? Her rosy cheeks and ruby lips, I own, she has my heart in thrall; Then fill to me the parting glass… The first three verses are now more or less as we know them today. The exact date is not known: A variant of this tune was then printed for the first time in 1700 in  Henry Playford's Collection of Original Scotch Tunes (1700, p. 4). He had already used this tune for one of his own songs. Groove.pl 2020 © Wszystkie prawa zastrzeżone, [tekst, tłumaczenie i interpretacja piosenki]. But T. F. Henderson (1902, In 1757 Oliver Goldsmith wrote in a letter : "If I go for the opera where Signora Columba [Mattei] pours out all mazes of melody, I sit and sigh for [...] Johnny Armstrong's Last Good Night from Peggy Golden". "That helps ventilation!" Burns had asked Johnson to also include the "old" text: "Let this be your last song of all in the collection and set it to the old words; and after them insert my Gude night and joy be wi' you a'" (quoted by Dick, p. 443). It was re-introduced into the mid twentieth century in recordings and performances by the popular Irish Folk Band - The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem. AZLyrics Em C G D And all the harm I've ever done, Em G C Am Em alas it was to fresh tabs top tabs lessons submit videos . So fill to me the parting glass Good night and joy be to you all. 2 London, 1902 (available at, The Pocket Encyclopedia of Scottish, English, and Irish Songs, Glasgow 1816, Vol. The British Folklorists are not of much help in this respect. 8, p. 42 & 43, notes p. 378). In the allegro Catalogue they are dated as from 1850 - 1899. This refers to another song by Robert Burns, "My Nannie, O" (1787, see Dick, No. "The Farewell, To the brethren of St. James Lodge, Tarbolton" was published in 1787 in Poems Chiefly In The Scottish Dialect (here on p. 245 in Poems, Mostly Scottish, undated, ca. ), The Book of Temperance Melody, 2nd edition, London 1850 (available at, Gale Huntington & Lani Herrmann (ed. Today many recordings are available and for me the best is still the one by the Clancy Brothers with Tommy Makem  from 1959 (on Come Fill Your Glass With Us, Tradition TLP 1032). The Parting Glass Lyrics Übersetzung. „Parting Glass to tradycyjna irlandzka i szkocka pieśń pożegnalna. The Parting Glass captures the sadness of separation but it isn’t a maudlin or depressing song. Unfortunately there is no imprint and we know neither the printer nor the year of publication. It could have been 1848, the year before he moved to 92 Thomas Street or the years afterwards, 1855 to 1861. (in The Miscellaneous Works, p. 33/34 and note by the editor p. 34). He was a member of the Dubliners from 1962 to 1974 and from 1979 to 1995. Or, the despairing lover. In fact Scott - who had serious doubts about that story himself - made it all much more complicated and the Armstrongs are haunting  this song since then. Und all das Leid, das ich jemals verursacht habe, fügte ich niemandem außer mir zu. The parting of a friend need not be a purely sombre occasion but instead a joyful one in The Parting Glass. The earliest known Irish version can be found on a broadside published by J. fill to me the parting glass, Good night and joy be with you all. In 1757 Oliver Goldsmith wrote in a letter : "If I go for the opera where Signora Columba [Mattei] pours out all mazes of melody, I sit and sigh for [...] Johnny Armstrong's Last Good Night from Peggy Golden". Helen Kendrick Johnson, Our Familiar Songs And those Who Made Them, New York 1889 (online at: James Johnson, The Scottish Musical Museum, Vol. This one has more or less the same text as the versions published by Walter Birmingham and Catherine Haly but also two additional verses (, A version with four verses was also printed by Nugent & Co. from Dublin on some broadsides with the title "An admired Song called The Parting Glass"  (. Here are the melody and lyrics for this song: "The Parting Glass" belongs to a family of songs that can be traced back to the 17th century. At least it is interesting to note that the Irish song "The Parting Glass" at this time consisted of a tune imported from Scotland and a text that also for the most part  had been created there. The beloved song has been recorded by various singers over the years, who have each brought their own style while crooning lyrics, which tell the story of a bittersweet goodbye. Peter Buchan later claimed that Scott's "eight lines [...] have long been current, and the air to which they are sung  popular in Scotland", added  two more verses and called it "The Last Guid Night" (1828, p. 121/22, p. 308). Because it has origins in both a folk song and a hymn and has evolved over time no one person can be credited as the sole composer. Wokalista śpiewał ją pewnego dnia pod koniec spotkania z przyjaciółmi. 5, 1909, p. 54 ) and also "had a high appreciation of the melody" (Dick, p. 443). 1, London 1802, 5fth edition, 1821, p. 287, source: From: Peter Buchan, Ancient Ballads And Songs Of The North Of Scotland, Vol. This  version of the melody was later included in other popular song collections published during the 18th century (see Bruce Olson, Incomplete Index), for example in: This tune was very popular for a long time. The Parting Glass is a 2018 American-Canadian drama film written by Denis O'Hare, directed by Stephen Moyer and starring Ed Asner, Rhys Ifans, Melissa Leo, Cynthia Nixon, Anna Paquin and O'Hare. & H. Baird in Cork: "Good Night And Joy Be with you all. „Lecz ponieważ taki a nie inny jest porządek rzeczy, że jest czas powstawania, jak i czas upadku” - śpiewa Sheeran. Versions of it have been published in [R. Fill to me the parting glass And drink a health whate'er befalls Then gently rise and softly call Good night and joy be to you all. 1, Edinburgh 1829, p. 80, source: From: Alexander Whitelaw, The Book of Scottish Song, Glasgow 1855, p. 15, source: From: Edwin Paxton Hood (ed. More important for the further development of the song was another text, this time by anonymous street-poet. Title Composer Irish Folk Music: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. 1531, Vol. Interestingly one couplet - lines 5 and 6 of the second verse -  has even survived until today: This text was reprinted ca. One was written down in April 1907 from the singing of Robert Alexander who had learnt it "early from a travelling man" (No.1531B): The other one was by William Wallace (No.1531A, November 1911) who had learned it "about thirty-five or forty years ago": Interestingly in both cases the lines about the "departing night" are included. The Pogues is a Celtic punk band from London, formed in 1982 and fronted by Shane MacGowan.The band reached international prominence in the 1980s and early 1990s.MacGowan left the band in 1991 due to drinking problems but the band continued first with Joe Strummer and then with Spider Stacy on vocals before breaking up in 1996. But T. F. Henderson (1902, p. 156) in his comments correctly complains that Sir Walter "neglects to give his authority for this information". The broadside from Liverpool doesn't mention a tune. In the catalogue of the National Library of Ireland "1865?" Nigdzie indziej nie znajdziesz In fact only the publication in O Lochlainn's Irish Street Ballads and then the recording by the Clancy's have established this variant as the "definitive" version of "The Parting Glass". 1. This is the Irish version of a very old ballad that has its origins in Scotland. He called it "Armstrong's Goodnight" and reported that these "verses are said to have been composed by one of the Armstrongs, executed for the murder of Sir John Carmichael of Edrom [...] but whether these are the original words, will admit of doubt". If I had money enough to spend, and leisure time to sit awhile. Sir Alexander Boswell, son of James Boswell and a great admirer of Robert Burns also wrote new words for this old tune. A.] Enjoy! ), Sam Henry's Songs Of The People, Athens, GA 1990, P. W. Joyce, Old Irish Folk Music And Songs. from 1839, p. 510) it "has, time out of mind, been played at the breaking up of convivial parties in Scotland" and William Christie wrote in 1876 (p. 299) that it was "still the last played at balls". 2, (1851, p. 495). 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