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Thu, 10 Apr 2008
NEWS FLASH - OLD FAVOURITES - NEWS FLASH - OLD FAVOURITES - NEWS FLASH

Charlie Is (He's) My Darling

Melody - Seq. by Randy Ralph                Left: Robert Burns, 1794;

right: Carolina Oliphant,             (Lady Nairne), 1766-1845





Chorus
An' Charlie he's my darling,
My darling, my darling,
Charlie he's my darling

Bonnie Prince
Charlie

The young Chevalier.

Twas on a Monday morning,

Right early in the year,
That Charlie came to our town,
The young Chevalier.

Chorus

As he was walking up the street,
The city for to view,
O there he spied a bonie lass
The window looking thro'.
Chorus

Sae light's he jimped up the stair,
And tirl'd at the pin;
 
And wha sae ready as hersel',
To let the laddie in.

Chorus

He set his Jenny on his knee,                    Culloden again
All in his Highland dress;                                 
For brawlie weel he ken'd the way     
To please a bonnie lass.                                       
Chorus                                                   

It's up on yon heathery mountain,                                          
An' down yon scroggy glen,                             
We daur na gang a milking,                           
An' Charlie and his men.
                                       

Chorus
Chorus

Oh,
Charlie is my darling,

My darling, my darling,
Oh, Charlie is my darling,

The White Rose
FlagThe young Chevalier.

'Twas on a Monday morning,
Bright early in the year,
When Charlie came to our town,
The young Chevalier,

 


As he came marching up the street,
The Battle of Culloden, In Death there
is Hope      The pipes play'd loud and clear,
  And a' the folk came running out,
       To meet the Chevalier.

Chorus

Wi' Hieland bonnets on their heads,
 and claymores bright and clear, 
They came to fight for Scotland's right,
 And the young Chevalier.
  

    
Chorus

      They've left their bonnie Hieland hills,
 Their wives and bairnies dear,
       To draw the sword for Scotland's lord,
 The young Chevalier. 

Oh! Charlie is my darling,
 my darling, my darling,
Oh! Charlie is my darling,
The young Chevalier,

 

 The oldest known flag of Scotland the
saltire                         

The Scottish flag is the cross of St. Andrew, also known as the Saltire. It is said to be one of the oldest national flags of any country, dating back at least to the 12th century.

Tradition suggests that St. Andrew (an apostle of Jesus in the Christian religion) was put to death by the Romans in Greece by being pinned to a cross of this shape.

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