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I'm looking for lyrics to x...
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Geoff Grainger's Scottish Folk Music (http://www.grainger.de/music/scot.html) site has many popular tunes many with lyrics and midi.

The Mudcat Cafe (http://www.mudcat.org/) has a very large collection (http://www.mudcat.org/threads.cfm) in database format so it is searchable.

The Anderer Lšnder Folksongs of various Countries (http://ingeb.org/folksong.html) site has quite a few songs, one page for each letter of the alphabet.

The Auld Scotch Songs (http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/1690/lyrics.html) site has lyrics and a search function.

Taylor's Traditional Tunebook (http://www.contemplator.com/tunebook/index.htm) has midi and some lyrics for many folk tunes. Including a page specificaly for Scottish Tunes (http://www.contemplator.com/tunebook/scotmidi.htm)

The Great Canadian Tunebook (http://members.home.net/bntaylor/canmidi.htm) is quite similar to Taylor's Traditional Tunebook, same author, but for Canada as the title implies.

Tim Cooper (http://cnet.unb.ca/achn/cooper/index.html) has midi and lyrics for some folk tunes as well as hymns, his focus seems to be mainly choral.


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