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Lord Rendal

No: 12; variant: 12N

  1. ‘FARE hae ye been a’ day, a’ day, a’ day, Fare hae ye been a’ day, my little wee croudlin doo?’
  2. ‘I’ve been at my step-mammie’s, my step mammie’s, my step-mammie’s, I’ve been at my step-mammie’s; come mack my beddy now!’
  3. ‘What got ye at yer step-mammie’s, My little wee croudlin doo?’
  4. ‘She gied me a spreckled fishie; Come mack my beddy now!’
  5. ‘What did ye wi the baenies oet, My little wee croudlin doo?’
  6. ‘I gaed them till her little dogie; Come mack my beddy now!’
  7. ‘What did her little dogie syne, My little wee croudlin doo?’
  8. ‘He laid down his heed and feet; And sae shall I dee now!’