Tuesday 9 January 2024

Uke-Song: The AfterMath of New Years' Eve: "AULD LANG'S SINE"




             Happy New Year - 2024

PARODY-LYRICS for an original song written by Robert Burns

"Auld Lang's Sine", 2015, with lyrics by Giorgio Coniglio, substituted to Burns' classic song "Auld Lang Syne", (updated December 2017).

Explanatory Notes: Robert Burns, born 1759, became Scotland’s ‘national poet’, and a cultural icon at home and among Scottish diaspora around the world. In his short life - he died at age 37 -  he wrote hundreds of well-loved poems and songs; the most famous is Auld Lang Syne, traditionally sung on Hogmanay (New Year's Eve). Robbie Burns Day is celebrated on his birthday, January 25, often with a Burns Night supper
Burns' best-loved poems include "To a Mouse", "To a Louse", "Tam o' Shanter", "Parcel o' Rogues", and "Address to a Haggis".

PARODY-LYRICS LINK: If you are primarily interested in the lyrics (without the chord indications) click HERE


UKULELE-FRIENDLY FORMAT

(Click on any chord-chart slide to move to 'song-presentation mode'; then navigate through thumbnails at bottom of page.)




















ORIGINAL SONG-LYRICS












Repeat verses 1 and 2



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