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My Scotland By Isla Grant

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My Scotland Lyrics And Guitar Chords By Isla Grant. There's a key change half way through the song. This is optional, but if you want to play along with Isla then you'll have to change the key.

(D) I have travelled all this world around
And rare (G) beauty in some (D) lands I've found
but to (G) me none can com(A)pare with my Scot(D)land.
I've met many friends along the way
and they (G) tried but could not (D) make me stay
a(G)way from the (A) land I love, my Scot(D)land.

So (A) when I die please take me back
to the (G) land where I was (D) born.
And (A) gently lay me (G) down in peaceful (D) sleep.
With (e) clear rippling waters (G) flowing by
and the (A) mountains reaching (D) to the sky
then I (G) know I'll rest in (A) peace in my Scot(D)land
 
Instr. E – G – A – D – G – A - D
(1/2 key up)

Many mighty men have walked upon
the (G) rugged hills and (D) glens
and (G) many lost their (A) fight for life to (D) keep their country (A) free.
But (D) all their hopes and dreams live on
I can (G) feel them close though (D) they are gone.
Their (G) spirit still lives (A) on within the hearts of you and (D) me.

So (A) when I die please take me back
to the (G) land where I was (D) born.
And (A) gently lay me (G) down in peaceful (D) sleep.
With (e) clear rippling waters (G) flowing by
and the (A) mountains reaching (D) to the sky
then I (G) know I'll rest in (A) peace in my Scot(D)land

With (e) clear rippling waters (G) flowing by
and the (A) mountains reaching (D) to the sky
then I (G) know I'll rest in (A) peace in my Scot(D)land
 
Below Are The Words Without The Chords For My Scotland.

I have travelled all this world around
And rare beauty in some lands I've found.
But to me none can compare to my Scotlant.
I've met many frients along the way
And they tried but could not make me stay away.
From the land I love, my Scotland.

So when I die please take me back,
To the land where I was born.
And gently lay me down in peaceful sleep.
With clear rippling waters flowing by,
And the mountains reaching to the sky.
Then I know I'll rest in peace in my Scotland

Many mighty men have walked upon,
The rugged hills and glens,
And many lost their fight for life
To keep their country free.
But all their hopes and dreams live on.
I can feel them cllose though they are gone.
Their spirit still lives on,
Within the hearts of you and me.

So when I die please take me back,
To the land where I was born.
And gently lay me down in peaceful sleep.
With clear rippling waters flowing by,
And the mountains reaching to the sky.
Then I know I'll rest in peace in my Scotland

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