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(29) Page 426 - Auld lang syne
-Anid lant^ syne.
/lirZ V*^;f Should auld acquain _ taiice be for _ got Atid
J- r ^— ^
" ( i » ' ■■ ^ — tf ^ .t J-^ — # ' »^ —
t;ik: a '''cup o' vet for auld !;in,i/
And surcly'ye'll be i,x>ur pint stowpl We twa hae paidid in the bum,
And surely I'll bt luint^ Frae morning sun till dine;
And we'll tak a cup o kindiuss yet. But seas between us braid h;ie votird.
For »u!d lang s_\ne. Sin auld fang. syne.
For auld, ^^c. For auld,^c.
We twa hae run about the braes. And there 8 a hand, my trusty fiere.
And pou'd the gowans fine; And'gies a hand o thiiu.
But we ve wanderd mony a weary fitt. And we'll taka right gude_Killie-
Sin auld lang syne. For auld lang s^-ne. (waught.
For auJd.^c. For auld.^c.
* Some Sing, Kifs, in place of Cup. 2

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