Dick Gaughan

Dm F Bb Gm
What's the Spring breathing jasmine and rose?
F Am C
What's the Summer with all its gay train?
Dm F Bb Gm
Or the splendor of Autumn to those
F C Dm
Who bartered their freedom for gain?

Bb F Am
Let the love of our land's sacred right,
Dm Am C
To the love of our people succeed.
Dm F Bb Gm
Let friendship and honor u--nite,
F C Dm
And flourish on both sides the tweed.

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Let virtue distinguish the brave,
Place riches in lowest degree,
Think them poorest who can be a slave,
Them richest who dare to be free.


Let friendship and honor unite,
And flourish on both sides the tweed.