Guitar / keyboard:
John Jarvie
Drums/backing vocal:
George Frame

The title is taken from some of the last words spoken on the demise of the Scottish Parliament in 1707. The 'auld sang' precedes even Wm. Wallace of course, but he is the kingpin of Scottish independence. Of course since 1999 we're back on the road to sanity & full nationhood.

Wallace statue - Aberdeen

End Tae An Auld Sang ( 1987 ) It's been a long time, since he was here but still his light shines among us hides our shame It's been a long road from pride to fear and now we bide weel content to cool his flame claymore & pike we bargained with then just the pen in our hand could free us again I won't sing the end tae an auld sang though we've sold off our language, our land I won't sing the end tae an auld sang they are words we've no right to defend So many thousands with sunsets gone but they left mornings to warm us who were free but freedom's children have lost their way and freedom's meaning in union disappears time flourished when our name gave us pride a time when our name meant something inside I won't sing the end tae an auld sang.....

Wallace Mon.

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