“Jock o' Rhynie (The Praise o' Huntley)”


"I've been abroad, I've been at hame... But noo I've come to Huntley." The singer escapes his parents and sets out to earn his fee. His parents offer no support. After working with Mr. Stephen and Jock o' Huntley, he vows to be "mair wiser."


  1. Ord, pp. 338-339, "In Praise o' Huntley" (1 text)
  2. Roud #3943
  3. BI, Ord338


Author: unknown
Earliest date: 1930 (Ord)
Found in: Britain(Scotland)