“The Crook and Plaid”
"O, I'll no hae the laddie That drives the cart or ploo... But I will hae the laddie That has my heart betrayed, He's my bonny shepherd laddie And he wears the crook and plaid." She praises his beauty, his kindness, and his faithfulness
- The Main-spring of Love (per broadside Murray, Mu23-y1:039)
- Bodleian, Harding B 26(111), "The Crook and Plaid" ("If lasses lo'e the laddies, they surely should confess"), unknown, n.d.
- Murray, Mu23-y1:039, "The Crook and Plaid," James Lindsay Jr. (Glasgow), 19C
- NLScotland, L.C.Fol.70(45b), "Crook and Plaid," unknown, c.1890"
- Ford-Vagabond, pp. 58-61, "The Crook and Plaid" (1 text, 1 tune)
- SHenry H617, pp. 45-46, "The Shepherd Laddie" (1 text, 1 tune)
- Roud #5960
- BI, HHH617