Wag at the Waa, The
DESCRIPTION: The singer drinks with cronies: "It's a quarter tae twa, the last bus is awa" and he promised he'd be home at eleven. He drinks again with cronies but this time he resists temptation: "'It's the wife,' A declare, 'A wid stop but for fear o her anger'"
EARLIEST DATE: 1989 (McMorland-Scott)
KEYWORDS: shrewishness drink humorous husband wife
FOUND IN: Britain(Scotland(Bord))
REFERENCES (1 citation):
McMorland-Scott, pp. 77-78, 152, "The Wag at the Waa" (1 text, 1 tune)
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