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Dick Gaughan

Both Sides The Tweed (4:47)

"Both sides the Tweed" is a reworking by singer Dick Gaughan of a traditional song from 1707 attributed to James Hogg *about the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England. Gaughan made minor changes to the words and added his own tune . The song was written in 1979 and first appeared on Gaughan's 1981 album Handful of Earth. Though Gaughan's recording was embraced by music critics at the time, the song…

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