Let Auld Lang Syne herald new year of peace, freedom
auld lang syne. with the inevitable transition into a new year i wanted to take a few minutes to look back & then look forward to the year ahead i was married on new year's eve 16 year's ago so i look back with
Northwestern has an auld acquaintance we'd like to forget.
A simple, forgiving tune; fine, dense and eminently slurrable dialect, as in: "We'll tak a right gude-willy waught, for auld lang syne", which translates as a goodwill drink (waught: draught) for old times long since (gone). Its origins are lost amid
Something for the weekend. Auld Lang Syne sung by the incomparable Arethra Franklin. Written by the immortal Scots poet Bobby Burn in 1788, his poem captured perfectly the grandeur of human memory as it captures the
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