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Auld Lang Syne  Folk Songs

       And n[G]ever brought to m[C]ind ?
       Should a[G]uld acq[Em]uaintance b[C]e forg[D]ot
       And the d[C]ays of a[D7]uld lang s[G]yne ?

       For auld lang s[C]yne, my d[D7]ear, for a[G]uld lang s[C]yne,
       We'll t[G]ake a c[Em]up of k[C]indness y[D7]et for a[C]uld l[D7]ang s[G]yne.

And there's a hand, my trusty friend
And, gee, a hand o'thyne,
We'll take a right guide-willie-waught
For the sake of auld lang syne.




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MHD (report)

the lyrics to the "and there's a hand my trusty friend" part, should probably be:

And there's a hand my trusty friend,
And give's a hand o' thine,
We'll take a cup of kindness yet,
For auld lang syne.

because the rest of the song is from the modern translation version, but the verse for that printed is older.

it doesn't really matter, i guess, but just for any perfectionist out there...