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A Song For Kilts
Robert William Service
race would be If every man would wear a kilt, A flirt of Tartan finery, Instead of trouseRate it:

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Kilts, Ye Ken
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
give forth 'The Cock o' the North' Ho! The kilts are in the line! Far an' faint ye hear the plaiRate it:

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'The Yellow Tailed Thornbill'
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I'm a fussy little fellow In my kilt of glowing yellow; As about the garden ways I bow and bend. Many a melody I bring you, In the soft, gay songs ...Rate it:

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Accordion
Robert William Service
Samarkand to Spain, You've roughed it with my kilt-bag like a comrade tried and true. . . . Old palRate it:

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Ellen McJones Aberdeen
William Schwenck Gilbert
built, He may purchase a sporran, a bonnet, and kilt; Stick a skein in his hose - wear an acre of sRate it:

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Missis Moriarty's Boy
Robert William Service
where is he? Lyin' alone, cold as a stone, kilt in the weariful wahr. Oh, I'm seein' him now asRate it:

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No Power On Earth
Billy Bennett
are finely built - he’s the man that wears the kilt And no power on earth can pull it down. The maRate it:

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Resignation
Robert William Service
else I'd have to turn a Scot and caper in a kilt. I'm jolly glad I haven't got a neck like a girafRate it:

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The
Anonymous Americas
stubby boots With rather doubtful toes; A little kilt, a little coat, Cut as a mother can, And lo! Rate it:

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The Battle Of Limerick
William Makepeace Thackeray
day of Ireland's guilt; Says Jack Mitchil, 'I am kilt! Boys, where's the back door? 'Tis a nationalRate it:

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The Duet
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
slippers with big rosettes Peeped out under your kilt-skirt there, While we sat smoking our cigareRate it:

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The Prinkin' Leddie
Elinor Morton Wylie
it ower the leas, my laddie, In a raggedy kilt an' a belted pladdie! Rate it:

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The Rivals
James Weldon Johnson
an' 'der wuz preachers f'om de Wes'; Folks had kilt mos' eveh chicken, an' wuz fattenin' up de res'Rate it:

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The Road
Siegfried Sassoon
winking white. You in the bomb-scorched kilt, poor sprawling Jock, You tottered here and fell, anRate it:

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The Road
Siegfried Sassoon
winking white. You in the bomb-scorched kilt, poor sprawling Jock, You tottered here and fell, anRate it:

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