The Bonnie Banks o’ Loch Lomond




The best Scottish Melody in a Tenors Voice. The original composer of  “The Bonnie Banks o’ Loch Lomond”  is unknown, as is definitive information on any traditional lyrics. The lyrics most commonly known are not the original, which was based on a Jacobite lament written after the Battle of Culloden. The second verse goes as: “As weel may I weep, O yet dreams in my sleep, / we stood bride and bridegroom together, / but his arms and his breath were as cold as the earth / and his heart’s blood ran red in the heather.”

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