Lady's Gown Their's Gairs Upont

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LADY'S GOWN THEIR'S GAIRS UPON'T. AKA and see "My Lady's Gown," "My Lady's Gown Has Gairs Upon It." Scottish, Air. The air is "My Lady's Gown," to which poet Robert Burns set his verse entitled "My Lord A-Hunting," which begins:

My lady's gown, there's gairs upon't,
And gowden flowers sae rare upon't;
But Jenny's jimps and jirkinet,
My lord thinks meikle mair upon't!


Source for notated version:

Printed sources: MacLachlan (The Piper's Assistant), 1854; no. 60, p. 34.

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