Children’s song, Scotland
“Did you ever see a lassie?” is a nursery rhyme which, although first collected in the United States, seems to have Scottish origins, as the words “lassie” and “laddie” mean “girl” and “boy” in Scottish. It is only in the mid-twentieth century that it began to be sung in Great Britain.
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“Did You Ever See a Lassie?” Sing-Along Video with lyrics
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