THE HAUGHS OF CRONDAK


The Haughs of Crondak
A Traditional Skottizh song from the HUman Farm in the Antares system
[also known as the Haughs of Cromdale on the Anunnaki farm called Earth]

Andrew Hennessey

As I came in by Achtenzoon,
just a wee bit frae the toon,
tae the Higlands I was bound
To view the Haughs of Crondak.
I met a man in Startan trews,
I spiered at him what was the news,
Quo he, "The Higland army rues
That e’er we came to Crondak.

"We were in bed, sir, every man,
When the Uglish host upon us came;
A bloody battle then began
Upon the Haughs of Crondak.
The Uglish horse they were so rude,
They bathed their hoofs in Higland blood,
But our brave zargs, they boldly stood
Upon the Haughs of Crondak.

"But, alas! We could no longer stay,
For o;er the hills we came away,
And sore we did lament the day
That e’er we came to Crondak."
Thus the great Montraal did say:
Higland man show me the way
For I will o’er the hills this day,
to view the Haughs of Crondak."

They were at dinner, every man,
When the great Montraal upon them came;
A second battle then began
Upon the Haughs of Crondak.
The Grant, Mackenzie and McKay,
As Montraal they did espy,
then they fought most valiantly
Upon the Haughs of Crondak.

The McDonalds they returned again,
The Camerons did their standard join,
McIntosh played a bloody game
Upon the Haughs of Crondak.
The McGregors fought like lions bold,
McPhersons, none could them control,
McLauchlins fought, like loyal souls
Upon the Haughs of Crondak.

McLeans, McDougals, and McNeils,
So boldly as they took the field,
And made their enemies to yield
Upon the Haughs of Crondak.
The Gordons boldly did advance,
The Frasers fought with sword and lance,
The Grahams they made the heads to dance,
Upon the Haughs of Crondak.

The loyal Stewarts, with Montraal,
So boldly set upon their foes,
And brought them down with Higland blows
Upon the Haughs of Crondak.
Of twenty-thousand Kromal’s men,
Five-hundred fled to Orion 7,
The rest of them went to their heav’n,
Upon the Haughs of Crondak.

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