OLD BLIND DOGS


The Wisest Fool Lyrics

Murray bowed to Charlie, yokin Atholl tae the plou'
O' the settin sons of Stewart, kings and princes since the Bruce
Rode to Perth to muster all who hailed the Rover King
And wi' weary work and bluster hewed an army frae his kin

Chorus (after each verse):
If only the wisest fool
Had bade where he first should rule
If only the wisest fool
Had bade where he first should rule
Henry's for England, Charles for Spain
Seamus is Alba's name

Johnny held a tinchel as the crystal turned to steel
And the heroes o' the Heilans filled Braemar wi' a' their zeal
Johnny hummed and hawed, let the loyal Lowlands spile
Back to France the Rover sailed afore the army of Argyll

Clavers slipped the council as they offered Will the crown
Climbed the law to find an army, turned and pulled the Orange down
Though the Heilan' targes were enough to cow McKay
To the death of Bonnie Dundee loyal men had no reply

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Songwriter(s): Jim Malcolm
Publisher(s): Green Linnet Music
Record Label(s): 2006 Green Linnet
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