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Mcdonald Steve – The Celtic Warrior lyrics

There in a timeless land, a long time ago
A warrior stood with his sword held high,
To war he would go.
And the sons and the daughters praised him so
Much pride they did show.
And bid farewell to their Soldier sons,
God speed ye home.
Over land, and over sea,
Over my head, over my destiny.
Sterling Bridge (1297)
Falkirk (1298)
Bannockburn (1314)
Hallidon Hill (1333)
Nevilles cross (1346)
Homildon Hill (1402)
Ancrom Moor (1545)
Pinkie (1547)
Newburn (1640)
Kilsyth (1645)
Dunbar (1650)
Killiecrankie (1689)
Glencoe (1692)
Culloden (1746)
Over land, and over sea,
Over my head, over my destiny.



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