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“Collliers Every Wan”, by James Cornfield

Colliers Every Wan (In memory of the Blantyre Disaster, 22nd October 1877) They came fae Erin this family o’ mine, Tae Scotia’s fair land tae work underground. Wi’ promise o’ plenty ringin’ in thur ears, They fun’ only poverty, blood, sweat an’ tears. Nothing hid changed at the end o’ the day, Same bosses, same serfdom, same […]