Bonnie Annie

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  • This old Scottish air in 4/4 time is Child Ballad 24; although not quite a murder ballad, it is a tragic story. It is probably best rendered as an instrumental, and is best known as the inspiration for the Cumbrian song "D'Ye Ken John Peel." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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