It might just be true to say that Robert Burns' songs are even better than his poems.
They're certainly more famous. 'Ae Fond Kiss', 'Scots Wha Hae', 'A Man's a Man' and 'My love is like a red, red rose' are known by almost everyone in Scotland. But they pale by comparison with Burns' international hit song 'Auld Lang Syne' which, after 'Happy Birthday' is the world's second most sung song.
Burns was a world class songwriter. Here are some of his songs to learn and fall in love with.
|A RED RED ROSE|
Burns' most famous love song
|SCOTS WHA HAE|
Robert the Bruce Address to his troops at Bannockburn
Singalang wi this version by Scocha
| AW THE AIRTS|
One of Burns' most beautiful love songs
Singalang wi this version by Ceolbeg
|YE JACOBITES BY NAME|
Song about the Jacobite Risings
Singalang wi this version by Pentland Folk
A soldier's farewell to his love
Singalang wi this version by Sheena Wellington
Burns' song about the long-suffering Mrs Wastle
Singalang wi this version by Rod Paterson
|THE LEA RIG|
Another of Burns' classic love songs
Singalang wi this version by Sangsters
|AULD LANG SYNE|
Famous song of friendship
Singalang wi this version by Dougie MacLean