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Rantin Rovin Robin - Robin Hall - The Songs Of Robert Burns (Vinyl)


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8 Replies to “ Rantin Rovin Robin - Robin Hall - The Songs Of Robert Burns (Vinyl) ”

  1. Marr says:
    Rantin' Rovin' Robin is a song written by Robert Burns in and read here by Alan Cumming.
  2. Najas says:
    There was a lad was born in Kyle, But whatn'a day, o' whatn'a style I doot it's hardly worth the while Tae be sae nice wi' Robin For Robin was a rovin' boy, A rantin' rovin' rantin' rovin', Robin was a rovin' boy, A rantin' rovin' funkherdkovamapja.taibigcutuhodobilwinipurefheo.co: Castlebay.
  3. Zulumi says:
    Rantin', rovin', rantin', rovin', Robin was a rovin' boy, Rantin', rovin', Robin! Our monarch's hindmost year but ane Was five-and-twenty days begun^2, 'Twas then a blast o' Janwar' win' Blew hansel in on Robin. Robin was, &c. The gossip keekit in his loof, Quo' scho, "Wha lives will see the proof, This waly boy will be nae coof: I think we'll ca' him Robin." Robin was, &c. "He'll .
  4. Kezragore says:
    Rantin' Rovin' Robin (also known as There Was A Lad) is a Scottish song written by Robert Burns, appearing in his Second Commonplace Book (his writer's journal) in when he was First appearing in print in , it was originally written and sung to the tune Dainty Davie but latterly most often sung to the tune O Gin Ye Were Dead Gudeman.
  5. Molkis says:
    Explore releases from Robin Hall at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Robin Hall at the Discogs Marketplace.
  6. Mazuzshura says:
    Rantin', rovin', rantin', rovin', Robin was a rovin' boy, Rantin', rovin', Robin! Our monarch's hindmost year but ane Was five-and-twenty days begun, 'Twas then a blast o' Janwar' win' .
  7. Kazishura says:
    - Rantin, Rovin Robin. It is thought that Burns may have written this as a celebration of his 28th birthday. Rantin, Rovin Robin. There was a lad was born in Kyle, But what na day o' what na style, I doubt it's hardly worth the while To be sae nice wi' Robin. Chorus Robin was a rovin boy, Rantin, rovin, rantin, rovin, Robin was a rovin boy.
  8. Nahn says:
    Aug 08,  · Jim Malcolm - Rantin' Rovin' Robin. The Story of the Scottish traditional music show.

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