Robert Burns

Sandy and Jockie

written in 1790

Twa bony lads were Sandy and Jockie; Jockie was lo'ed but Sandy unlucky; Jockie was laird baith of hills and of vallies, But Sandy was nought but the king o' gude fellows. Jockie lo'ed Madgie, for Madgie had money, And Sandie lo'ed Mary, for Mary was bony: Ane wedded for Love, ane wedded for treasure, So Jockie had siller, and Sandy had pleasure.

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