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PIPER IN THE GLEN (Connor / Carr) as recorded by Maxine Sullivan with The Victor Ash Quartet February 1954 London Though far across the foam In a strange land I may roam, My home by old Loch Lomond calls to me. I may wander here and there, But it doesn't matter where, I'm still haunted by a plaintive melody. I can hear the piper in the glen, Seems he's playin' "A-Will Ye No Come Back Again?", 'Tis then my memory blows Where the purple heather grows, When I hear the piper in the glen. A gentle voice is calling me to land, It's my loved one in the bonny Highlands. Loving arms will hold me once again When I hear the piper in the glen. A gentle voice is calling me to land, It's my loved one in the bonny Highlands. Loving arms will hold me once again When I hear the piper in the glen, When I hear the piper in the glen. (Transcribed by Peter Akers - December 2013)

    


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