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Tha Mi Sgith (A Fairy's love story)

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Published on May 19, 2009

A magnificent old Scottish song, excellently performed by Savina Yannatou. It's actually the best version of this song I could find on internet. I hope you'll all enjoy Savina's special voice. Bellow are the lyrics:

Why should I sit and sigh,
Puin' bracken, Puin' bracken
Why should I sit and sigh
On the hillside dreary?

When I see the plover rising
Or the curlew wheeling,
Then I trow my mortal lover,
Back to me is stealing.

Why should I sit and sigh,
Puin' bracken, Puin' bracken
Why should I sit and sigh,
All alone and weary?

Why should I sit and sigh,
Puin' bracken, Puin' bracken
Why should I sit and sigh,
all alone and weary?

Why should I sit and sigh,
Puin' bracken, Puin' bracken
Why should I sit and sigh,
all alone and weary?

Ah! But there is something wanting.
Oh! But I am weary.
Come my blithe and bonny lad
Come o'er the knolls to cheer me.

Why should I sit and sigh,
Puin' bracken, Puin' bracken
Why should I sit and sigh,
parted fae my dearie

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