Scottish news, weather, parliament, language, cities, mountains, rivers, poems, castles, lochs, islands . . . everything Scottish

saltire flag of scotland       


Scottish :

Scottish Baby Names

Scottish Bagpipes

Scottish Books

Scottish Cities

Scottish Clans

Scottish Facts

Scottish Football

Scottish Gaelic

Scottish Ghosts

Scottish History

Scottish Humour Scripts

Scottish Images

Scottish Inventors

Scottish Islands

Scottish Jokes

Scottish Kilts

Scottish Lighthouses

Scottish Lion Rampant

Scottish Lochs

Scottish Marathons & Ultras

Scottish Midges

Scottish Money

Scottish Mountains

Scottish Music

Scottish Names

Scottish National Anthem

Scottish News

Scottish Nursery Rhymes

Scottish Parliament

Scottish Poetry

Scottish Postcards

Scottish Quiz

Scottish Recipes

Scottish Rivers

Scottish Songs

Scottish Traffic News

Scottish Weather Forecast

Scottish Whisky Cocktails

Scottish Words

Strange Scottish Laws

Declaration of Arbroath

Gaelic Song Lyrics

Ghost Graveyard Webcam

Haunted Castle Webcam

Haunted Slain Castle Cam

Loch Ness Monster

Things to do in Scotland

Scottish Stuff

Best Websites

Scottish Links

Glasgow - Glaswegian

Funny Scottish Books by your webmaster - click on an image for more details

Robert Burns Scottish Poetry

midge joke book

haggis joke book


Scottish . biz . . . everything about Scotland

The best songs in Scotland!! From out TOP 100 Scottish Songs :

Song Title : Johnny Lad by Unknown

Song :

I bought a wife in Edinburgh for a bawbee.
I got a farthing back again tae buy tobacco wi'.

And wi' you and wi' you and wi' 'you Johnny Lad.
I'll dance the buckles off my shoon
Wi' you, my Johnny Lad.

As I was walking early I chanced to see the Queen,
She was playing at the fitba' wi' the lads in Glasgow Green.


The captain o' the ither side was scoring wi' great style,
So the Queen she cried a polisman and she clapped him in the jyle.


Noo Samson was a michty man. He focht wl' cuddies' jaws
And he won a score o' battles wearing crimson flannel drawers.


There was a man o' Nineveh and he was wondrous wise.
He louped intae a bramble bush and scratched oot baith his eyes.


And when he saw his eyes wis oot he wis gey troubled then
So he louped intae anither bush and scratched them in again.


Noo Johnny is a bonny lad, he is a lad o' mine.
I've never had a better lad and I've had twenty-nine.


<-- Previous     |     Next -->

If you enjoyed "Johnny Lad by Unknown" then check out our other Scottish songs, music, rhymes etc :

More Scottish

Scottish . biz . . . everything about Scotland
Other Stuff :



NOTES : Some of the pictures used on this site are "

Website Design Copyright 2010 by

Contact email :