Posted by Cpl. Malcolm A. MacWilliam on November 29, 2000 at 05:19:09:
In Reply to: Re: The Niece and Nephew Ask You About St. Andrew's Day posted by Davey Gunn on November 28, 2000 at 20:34:46:
Aye, brother Gunn, memories of our dear Scotland and the lovely heather of Caithness. A toast to all those who will celebrate this feast day of our patron Saint Andrew!
The thistle wags upon the fields where Wallace bore his blade,
That gave her foe-men's dearest build to dye her auld grey plaide
And, looking to the lift, me lads, He sang in doughty glee -
"Auld Scotland's right, and Scotland's might,
And Scotland's hills for me!"
Then drink a cup to Scotland yet, Wi' a' the honours three!
Slante' mhath, h-uile latha, na chi 'snach fhaic. Slante'!
Deach slante' ne bhan Righ!
Corporal M.A. MacWm., 77th Reg't of Foot, Grenadiers
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