At 03:56 PM 09/07/2000 +0100, you wrote:
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>At 18:59 05/09/00, Neil MacEwan wrote:
>>The Corries also wrote a song about the need for peaceful relations with
>>England (whose title escapes me) which has the
>>line "hatred corrupts and friendship refines".
>You mean Dick Gaughan's "Both Sides the Tweed"?
That one goes, "No sweetness the senses can cheer which corruption &
And in the chorus, "Let friendship & honour unite & flourish on both sides
By the way, I have that one listed as "Words- Traditional, amended by Dick
Gaughan." Is that accurate or did he write the whole thing?
who loves that song
"To take my work seriously would be the height of folly"
- Edward Gorey
"Mother, I can't go home again because I seem to have left an important
part of my brain somewhere in a field in Hampshire..."
"Pound for pound, the fiercest animal in the animal kingdom"
-David Letterman (on wolverines)