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  1. Wild Mountain Thyme This song is by The Byrds and appears on the album Fifth Dimension () and on the compilation album The Essential Byrds (). This song is a cover of " Wild Mountain Thyme " by Francis McPeake.
  2. Wild Mountain Thyme from the album The Clancy Brothers Collection Will Ye Go Lassie Go from the album The High Kings. The High Kings. Will Ye Go, Lassie Go Lyrics by The High Kings. Will ye go, Lassie go? And we'll all go together To pluck wild mountain thyme All around the blooming heather.
  3. Listen to music from Wild Mountain Thyme like The Moose Song. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Wild Mountain Thyme.
  4. Wild mountain thyme: versions par 50 artistes, Unknown, Joan Baez, The Byrds, The Silencers, Francis Mcpeake, Blake, Marianne Faithfull, Long John Baldry, The Chieftains, The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Greene, Sally Maer, James Taylor, Liam Clancy, The Rooftop Singers.
  5. This album is not for the Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem fans, great as they were, but for those who appreciate the real Ireland that may now only be a "used to be". but this has the same real, at-home feeling of the original Carter Family in the US. The Wild Mountain Thyme Various artists. out of 5 stars 3. $ Wild Mountain /5(5).
  6. (Vinyl) A1: Lass O' Bon Accord: A2: Greyfriars Bobby: A3: Wild Mountain Thyme: A4: Shepherd Of Glencoe: A5: Scottish Carousel: B1: From The Candy Store On The Corner To The Chapel On The Hill: B2: Jealous Heart: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release.
  7. The Corries were a Scottish folk group which emerged from the Scottish folk revival of the early s. Although the group went through several changes of line-up in the early days, it was as the partnership of Roy Williamson ( - ) and Ronnie Browne that it is best known. The early s were the Corries' finest hour.
  8. Wild Mountain Thyme is a song by The Byrds; it was originally released on their third album Fifth Dimension. Wild Mountain Thyme was originally a Scottish folk song collected and written by.
  9. Lyrics to Wild Mountain Thyme by The Chieftains from the Further Down the Old Plank Road: The Nashville Sessions album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!

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