obriens102 Annie Laurie: Solo and Duet

Lady John Scott wrote the tender melody, the lyrics by the suitor of Robert Laurie's daughter. It appeared around 1838. In spite of the song in which he claimed: " I'd lay me doon an' dee," she married another. The song, sung with Scottish dialect, was popular among British soldiers during the Crimean War.

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