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Auld Lang Syne Dougie MacLean model (With Lyrics and English Translation)



We all sing Auld Lang Syne at midnight on December 31 but what are the lyrics? Most people don’t know that it is a Scottish poem written in 1788 by Robert …

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  1. Happy New Year everyone let's all hope it's a great decade ….. it's up to all of us.
    As a child in Scotland,the word "syne" meant "wash" as in ….. away an syne yer hauns ( go and wash your hands ) …. so,to me,Auld Lang Syne means saying goodbye to the past …. washing your hands of it.
    The part about " seas atween us brave hae roared" ….. refers to Rabbie eventually declining a Customs posting to the Caribbean that his long time friend and,also a Customs Official,took and never returned to Scotland.
    ….just saying 😎

  2. Love and mercy to those in the decade to come, let 2019 die peacefully and in slumber, for there is nothing worse than seeing the end coming. It is a mercy to let this new decade step quietly across the step and leave the old one slumbering. Let those sorrows and kindness pass into that fargone mists of time as we step ever away from them.

  3. Oh, my almost 3500 comments in less than a day!!! Just shows how much this song is loved, appreciated, and needed in these turbulent times. Thank you. And I feel blessed to live in a sweet community in Northern Ca. where we come together in love and song and laughter today, tonight, tomorrow and throughout the year. Blessings on us all. Taking a cup of kindness!!!

  4. I'm entering the new decade without you Grandama Lamb, and I am so great full that i was able to get close to you before the end. I will never forget you, keep watching over us, Nell. I will love you forever.

  5. I believe this is my 5th year of visiting this video. I probably listen to it 30 times in a roll each time haha. It's nice that something as simple as uploading a song can have such a large impact on peoples lives. Happy New year to all, my this and every be filled with love and happiness

  6. This is the BEST version for pulling on my heart strings that I have ever heard. On a side note, I was born in Scotland and many many years ago my late Mother told me that we were related to Robbie's mistress Jean Armor, through my Scottish Grandmother. So whenever I hear people around the world singing Auld Lang Syne, I tell them that they are singing my family's song. 😉

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