Robert Tannahill
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Lyrik von Robert Tannahill
Die Lieder sind nach Liedanfang mit Liedtitel geordnet.

Lyrics by Robert Tannahill
The songs are sorted by the first line of lyric and Title.

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A

Accuse me not, inconstant fair / The Farewell - Melody
Adieu! ye cheerful native plains - Melody
Ah! Sheelah, thou'rt my darling - Melody
All hail! ye dear romantic scenes - Melody
An Anacreontic - Melody
And were ye at Duntocher burn - Melody
Ar from the giddy court of mirth / Ye Dear Romantic Shades - Melody
Are Ye Sleepin' Maggie? - Melody
Auld Watty of Kebbuckston brae / The Kebbuckston Wedding - Melody

B

Baccahanalians, The - Melody
Bard of Glen-Ullin, The - Melody
Barrochan Jean - Melody
Blithe was the time when he fee'd wi' my father, O / The Dear Highland Laddie, O - Melody
Bonny Winsome Mary - Melody
Braes o' Balquhither, The - Melody
Braes o' Gleniffer, The - Melody

C

Chill the wintry winds were blowing / The Wandering Bard - Melody
Coggie, The - Melody
Coggie, Thou Heals Me - Melody
Companion of my youthful sports - Melody

D

Dear Highland Laddie, O, The - Melody
Dear Judy, when first we got married / The Irish Farmer - Melody
Defeat, The - Melody
Despairing Mary - Melody
Dirge of Carolan, The - Melody
Dorothy sits i' the cauld ingle neuk / Coggie, Thou Heals Me - Melody

E

Ellen More - Melody
Encircl'd in a cloud of smoke / The Baccahanalians - Melody

F

Far lone amang the Highland hills / The Lass o' Arranteenie - Melody
Farewell, The - Melody
Fill, fill tine merry bowl / An Anacreontic - Melody
Five Friends, The - Melody
Flower of Levern Side, The - Melody
Fly we to some desert isle - Melody
Fortune, frowning most severe / Bonny Winsome Mary - Melody
From hill to hill the bugles sound / The Defeat - Melody
From the rude bustling camp - Melody

G

Gloomy winter's now awa' - Melody
Green Inismore - Melody

H

Hark! 'tis the poor maniac's song / The Maniac's Song - Melody
How light is my heart as I journey along / Green Inismore - Melody

I

I mark'd a gem of pearly dew - Melody
I'll hie me to the shieling hill - Melody
Irish Farmer, The - Melody

J

Jessie, The Flower Of Dunblane - Melody

K

Kebbuckston Wedding, The - Melody
Keen blaws the wind o'er the Braes o' Gleniffer / The Braes o' Gleniffer - Melody
Kitty Tyrrell - Melody

L

Lament of Wallace, The - Melody
Langsyne, beside the woodland burn - Melody
Lass o' Arranteenie, The - Melody
Let us go, lassie, go / The Braes o' Balquhither - Melody
Louder than the trump of fame / Marjory Miller - Melody
Loudon's Bonny Woods and Braes - Melody
Lowland lassie, wilt thou go / O Row Thee in my Highland Plaid - Melody

M

Maniac's Song, The - Melody
Marjory Miller - Melody
Mary why thus waste thy youth-time in sorrow? / Despairing Mary - Melody
Mine Ain Dear Somebody - Melody
Mirk and rainy is the nicht / Are Ye Sleepin' Maggie? - Melody
Molly, My Dear - Melody
My heart is sair wi' heavy care - Melody
My Mary is a bonny lassie - Melody

N

Negro Girl, The - Melody
Now let the procession move solemn and slow / The Soldier's Funeral - Melody
Now winter is gane and the clouds flee away - Melody
Now Winter, wi' his cloudy brow - Melody

O

O could I fly like the green-coated fairy / Peggy O'Rafferty - Melody
O Lassie, will ye tak' a man - Melody
O Row Thee in my Highland Plaid - Melody
O Sair I rue the witless wish - Melody
Och hey! Johnnie, lad - Melody
One night in my youth as I rov'd with my merry pipe - Melody
Our bonny Scotch lads, in their green tartan plaids - Melody

P

Peggy O'Rafferty - Melody

R

Rab Roryson's Bonnet - Melody
Responsive, ye woods, wing your echoes along - Melody

S

Soldier's Funeral, The - Melody
Soldier's Widow, The - Melody

T

The breeze of the night fans / Kitty Tyrrell - Melody
The cold wind blows / The Soldier's Widow - Melody
The harvest is o'er, and the lads are so funny / Molly, My Dear - Melody
The midges dance aboon the burn - Melody
The Queensferry boatie rows light / The Worn Soldier - 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
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
Though Humble My Lot - Melody
Through Crockston Castle's lanely wa's - Melody
'Tis ha'ena ye heard, man, o' Barrochan Jean! / Barrochan Jean - Melody

W

Wandering Bard, The - Melody
Weel, wha's in the bouroch / The Five Friends - Melody
We'll meet beside the dusky glen, on yon burn side / Yon Burn Side - Melody
When gloaming treads the heels of day / Mine Ain Dear Somebody - Melody
When John and I were married - Melody
When Poortith cauld, and sour Disdain / The Coggie - Melody
When Rosie was faithful, how happy was I! - Melody
Where primroses spring on the green tufted brae / Though Humble My Lot - Melody
While the grey-pinion'd lark early mounts to the skies - Melody
Why unite to banish Care? - Melody
Wild drives the bitter northern blast - Melody
With waefu' heart, and sorrowing e'e - Melody
Worn Soldier, The - Melody

Y

Ye Dear Romantic Shades - Melody
Ye echoes that ring round the woods of Bowgreen - Melody
Ye friendly stars that rule the night - Melody
Ye maids of green Erin, why sigh ye so sad? / The Dirge of Carolan - Melody
Ye sunny braes that skirt the Clyde / The Flower of Levern Side - Melody
Ye wooer lads wha greet an' grane - Melody
Ye'll a' hae heard tell o' Rab Roryson's bonnet / Rab Roryson's Bonnet - Melody
Yon Burn Side - Melody
Yon poor Negro girl, an exotic plant / The Negro Girl - Melody

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