Bonnie Wee Lass of the Glen, The

DESCRIPTION: The singer goes "up to a neat little cottage" and is amazed at the beauty of the girl living here. When he courts her, she accuses him of flattery and deception, and says she is too young to marry. He wishes her happiness and hopes to change her mind
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1924 (Sam Henry collection)
KEYWORDS: love courting rejection beauty
FOUND IN: Ireland
REFERENCES (2 citations):
SHenry H14a, pp. 356-357, "The Bonnie Wee Lass of the Glen" (1 text, 2 tunes)
Graham/Holmes 8, "The Bonny Wee Lass o' the Glen" (1 text, 1 tune)

Roud #6879
cf. "The Maid with the Bonny Brown Hair" (tune)
File: HHH014a

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