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Last updated: 2. March 2001

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'S tric mi sealltuinn o'n chnoc a's irde / Fear A' Bhta - Melody
Sae flaxen were her ringlets / She Says She Loes Me Best Of A' - Melody
Saw Ye My Dear, My Philly - Melody
Scotland the Brave - Melody
Scots March - Melody
Scots Wha' Hae wi' Wallace bled - Melody
Scottish Soldier - Melody
Scroggam, My Dearie - Melody
Seventh of November, The - Melody
Shaggy Grey Buck, The - Melody
She is a winsome wee thing / My Wife's A Winsome Wee Thing - Melody
She Moved Through the Fair - Melody
She Says She Loes Me Best Of A' - Melody
She's fair and fause that causes my smart - Melody
She's leaned her back against an oak / Bonny Green Osireo or The Cruel Mother - Melody
Shetland Fiddler, The - Melody
Shores of Argyll - Melody
Should auld acquaintance be forgot / Auld Lang Syne - Melody
Sic A Wife As Willie Had - Melody
Signal Mountain Sunrise - Melody
Silver Tassie, The - Melody
Silver Whistle - Melody
Sing hey my braw John Highlandman! - Melody
Sir Patrick Spens - Melody
Skye Boat Song - Melody
Slave's Lament, The - Melody
Sleep'st thou, or wak'st thou, fairest creature? / The Lover's Morning Salute To His Mistress - Melody
Sleepytoon - Melody
The Soldier's Funeral - Melody
Soldier's Return, The - Melody
Soldier's Widow, The - Melody
Some speak of lords, some speak of lairds / Johnnie Armstrang - Melody
Son Davie! Son Davie! - Melody
Song Of Death, The - Melody
Song of the Lamb, The - Melody
Song of the Maid, The - Melody
Soon shall I see thy bright shores in the sunlight / The Cuillins Of Home - Melody
Sound the Pibroch loud and high - Melody
Speed bonnie boat, like a bird on the wing / Skye Boat Song - Melody
Stay, my charmer, can you leave me? - Melody
Steer Her Up and Had Her Gaun - Melody
Supper isna Ready - Melody
Sweet closes the ev'ning on Craigieburn Wood / Craigieburn Wood - Melody
Sweet is the Lass That Dwells Among the Heather - Melody
Sweet Tibbie Dunbar - Melody

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Tae the lairds i' convention t'was Claverhouse spoke / Bonnie Dundee - Melody
Tail Toddle - Melody
Tak' Pity on Me - Melody
Tak Tent to the Rippells - Melody
Talk Of Him That's Far Awa - Melody
Tam Glen - Melody
Tam Lin or Tamlane - Melody
Tear-Drop, The - Melody
The bairns gat out wi' an unco shout / The Deuks Dang O'er My Daddie - Melody
The blude-red rose at Yule may blaw / To Daunton Me - Melody
The bonniest lass that ye meet neist / The Bonniest Lass - Melody
The breeze of the night fans / Kitty Tyrrell - Melody
The burn was big wi' spate / The Lum Hat Wantin' the Croon - Melody
The Campbells are comin, Oho! Oho! - Melody
The Catrine woods were yellow seen / Farewell To Ballochmyle - Melody
The cold wind blows / The Soldier's Widow - Melody
The cross, it standeth fast / Hallelujah for the Cross! - Melody
The Far Cullins are pulling me away / The Road to the Isles - Melody
The day returns, my bosom burns / Day Returns - Melody
The deil cam fiddlin thro' the town / The De'il's Awa Wi' Th' Exciseman - Melody
The Diamond is a ship me lads / The Bonnie Ship the Diamond - Melody
The gloomy night is gath'ring fast / Gloomy Night - Melody
The gypsies came to our good lord's gate / Johnie Faa - Melody
The harvest is o'er, and the lads are so funny / Molly, My Dear - Melody
The heather was blooming, the meadows were mawn / The Bonie Moor-Hen - Melody
The Hemp-Dresser - Melody
The Hielandmen cam doon the hill - Melody
The king but an his nobles a' / Brown Robin - Melody
The King has been a puir prisoner / Willie O'Winsbury - Melody
The king is gone from Bamborough Castle / The Laidley Worm - Melody
The king sits in Dunfermline town / Sir Patrick Spens - Melody
The Laddies by the banks o' Nith / Election Ballad For Westerha' - Melody
The laird o' Cockpen, he's proud an' he's great - Melody
The last time I came o'er the moor - Melody
The lazy mist hangs from the brow of the hill / The Fall Of The Leaf - Melody
The lovely lass o' Inverness - Melody
The midges dance aboon the burn - Melody
The mitherless lammie ne'er missed its ain mammie - Melody
The modiewark has done me ill - Melody
The news frae Moidart that cam' last nicht / Wha'll be King but Charlie? - Melody
The night was still, and o'er the hill - Melody
The noble Maxwells and their powers / Nithsdale's Welcome Hame - Melody
The people that in darkness sat - Melody
The piper cam' t'our toon, t'our toon, t'our toon / Piper of Dundee - Melody
The ploughman he's a bonny lad / The Ploughman - Melody
The Queensferry boatie rows light / The Worn Soldier - Melody
The Robin to the Wren's nest / The Wren's Nest - Melody
The small birds rejoice in the green leaves returning / The Chevalier's Lament - Melody
The smiling Spring comes in rejoicing / My Bonie Bell - Melody
The stars are shining cheerily, cheerily / Turn Ye To Me - Melody
The sun had kiss'd green Erin's waves / Ellen More - Melody
The sun has gane down o'er the lofty Ben Lomond / Jessie, The Flower Of Dunblane - Melody
The sun he is sunk in the west / In The Character Of A Ruined Farmer - Melody
The Thames flows proudly to the sea / The Banks Of Nith - Melody
The weary pund, the weary pund / The Weary Pund O' Tow - Melody
The week before Easter, the day being fair / The False Bride - Melody
The Winter It Is Past, and the summer's come at last - Melody
The wren, the wren, the king of all birds / The Wren Song - Melody
Their groves o' sweet myrtle - Melody
Theniel Menzie's Bonie Mary - Melody
There liv'd a man in yonder glen / Johnnie Blunt - Melody
There liv'd twa sisters in a bower / The Twa Sisters - Melody
There lived a carl in Kellyburn Braes / Kellyburn Braes - Melody
There once was a troop of Irish dragoons / Bonnie Lass of Fyfie - Melody
There shall I visit the place of my birth / Mist Covered Mountains - Melody
There was a battle in the north / Geordie - Melody
There was a bonie lass, and a bonie, bonie lass - Melody
There was a jolly beggar / The Jolly Beggar - Melody
There was a jolly gauger / The Jolly Gauger - Melody
There was a knight and lady bright / The Broomfield Hill - Melody
There was a lad was born in Kyle / Rantin', Rovin' Robin - Melody
There was a lass and a bonnie lass / A-Gathering Nuts - Melody
There was a lass, and she was fair / Bonie Jean - Melody
There was a lass, they ca'd her Meg / Duncan Davison - Melody
There was a soldier, a Scottish soldier / Scottish Soldier - Melody
There was a wee cooper lived in Fife / The Wee Cooper O'Fife - Melody
There was a wife wonn'd in Cockpen / Scroggam, My Dearie - Melody
There was five Carlins in the South / The Five Carlins - Melody
There was once a day, but old Time was then young / Caledonia - Melody
There was three kings into the east / John Barleycorn - Melody
There were ninety and nine that safely lay / The Ninety and Nine - Melody
There wis nine and nine nobles / Glenlogie - Melody
There's a braw fine regiment / Glenwhorple Hielanders - Melody
There's a good auld Scottish custom / A Wee Deoch-an'-Doris - Melody
There's a nice wee lass / Mary Mack - Melody
There's a youth in this city, it were a great pity / The Laddie's Dear Sel' - Melody
There's Auld Rob Morris that wons in yon glen / Auld Rob Morris - Melody
There's high and low, there's rich and poor / The Pleughman - Melody
There's lilt in the song I sing, there's laughter and love / Air Falalalo - Melody
There's many a man of the Cameron clan / March Of The Cameron Men - Melody
There's meadows in Lanark and mountains in Skye / Bonnie Strathyre - Melody
There's nane that's blest of human kind / A Bottle And Friend - Melody
There's news, lassies, news / News, Lassies, News - Melody
These Are My Mountains - Melody
They came in a blizzard, we offered them heat / Ballad of Glencoe - Melody
Thine am I, my faithful Fair - Melody
This ae nicht, this ae nicht / The Lykewake Dirge - Melody
This is no my ain lassie - Melody
Tho' cruel fate should bid us part - Melody
Tho' my eyes are grown dim / The Bard of Glen-Ullin - Melody
Thou bonny wood of Craigie lea! - Melody
Thou dark winding Carron, once pleasing to see / The Lament of Wallace - Melody
Thou Gloomy December - Melody
Thou hast left me ever, Jamie - Melody
Thou ling'ring star, with lessening ray / To Mary In Heaven - Melody
Though Geordie's a man I hav'nt seen lately / At It Again - Melody
Though Humble My Lot - Melody
Through Crockston Castle's lanely wa's - Melody
Through good report and evil, Lord - Melody
Thug Mi Goal - Melody
Thy way, not mine, O Lord - Melody
Thy works, not mine, O Christ - Melody
Tibbie Dunbar - Melody
Tinker' Waddin', The - Melody
'Tis ha'ena ye heard, man, o' Barrochan Jean! / Barrochan Jean - Melody
To A Haggis - Melody
To Daunton Me - Melody
To Mary In Heaven - Melody
To the Weaver's Gin Ye Go, fair maids - Melody
To thy Temple I repair - Melody
Too Much Gin - Melody
Torosay Castle - Melody
Tramps An' Hawkers - Melody
Trogger, The - Melody
True hearted was he, the sad swain o' the Yarrow / Lovely Young Jessie - Melody
Trumpeter of Fyvie, The - Melody
Tullochgorum - Melody
Turn Ye To Me - Melody
Twa Corbies, The - Melody
Twa Emperors ance had a bit o' a spree - Melody
Twa Sisters, The - Melody
Twanky Dillo - Melody
'Twas even-the dewy fields were green / The Lass O' Ballochmyle - Melody
'Twas in the seventeen hunder year / John Bushby's Lamentation - Melody
'Twas na her bonie blue e'e was my ruin / Laddie, Lie Near Me - Melody
'Twas on a bonnie simmer's day / Fields O Bannockburn - Melody
Twas on a monday morning / Charlie Is My Darling - Melody
'Twas past ane o'clock in a cauld frosty morning / Cauld Frosty Morning - Melody
'Twas summer, and softly the breezes were blowing / The Banks of the Dee - Melody

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