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  1. Both sides the Tweed What's the spring breathing jasmine and rose What's the summer with all its gay train What's the splendour of autumn to those Who've bartered their freedom for gain. (chorus) Let the love of our land's sacred rights To the love of our people succeed Let friendship and honour unite And flourish on both sides the Tweed.
  2. Both Sides Of Tweed Song Lyrics guitar Chords, sheet music for tin whistle and banjo.. Written by Dick Gaughan and recorded by Mary Black and by The McCalmans, also recorded by Dick. The chords for both versions are by Marc. The song is all about the act of union between Scotland and England Tweed is a river that marks the borderline of.
  3. Jan 03,  · From a edition of "Aly Bain and Friends", this is a great version of Gaughan's song from the "Handful of Earth" album.
  4. Dec 12,  · [Chorus] F C Let the love of our land's sacred right Am G To the love of our people succeed Am Em F Let friendship and honour unite C G Am And flourish on both sides the Tweed [Verse 2] C F No sweetness the senses can achieve C Am G Which corruption and bribery bind Am C F No brightness that gloom can e'er gleam C G Am For honour's the sum of.
  5. And flourish on both sides the Tweed. No sweetness the senses can cheer, Which corruption and bribery blind; No brightness that gloom e’er can clear, For honour’s the sun of the mind. Let virtue distinguish the brave, Place riches in lowest degree; Think him poorest who can be a slave, Him richest who dares to be free.
  6. Both Sides of the Tweed. Dick Gaughan has been at the heart of Scottish cultural revival through an uncompromising firebrand folk for thirty years and more. Iain Robson of the Scotland Pages asked him about the coming politics: The idea that Independence will solve anything by itself would be quite ridiculously naive. Independence is not a.
  7. And flourish on both sides the Tweed. No sweetness the senses can cheer Which corruption and bribery bind No brightness that gloom can e'er clear For honour's the sum of the mind 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.
  8. Both Sides of the Tweed These verses are an attack upon the Treaty of Union of , which abolished the independent Scottish and English Parliaments and set up the United Kingdom. The Tweed is the river that forms part of the Scottish-English border and it is used here as a symbol of both the need for independence and the need for friendship.
  9. Both sides the Tweed; Gallery. The River Tweed at Abbotsford, near Melrose The River Tweed from Mertoun House, near St Boswells. The Anglo-Scottish border, with the Tweed on the east. Its estuary and the town of Berwick-upon-Tweed were a late annexation by England.

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