Ally Bally

The Scottish lullaby Ally Bally has its origins as a street cry from the 1880s. Robert Coltart, the maker of "Coulter's Candy," traveled about the towns of the Scottish Borders singing this song and selling his candy from a hand barrow to children throughout the region. As the years have passed, many different verses have been added to Coltart's original street cry.

Ally Bally on your Home CD:
Ally bally, ally bally bee
Sitting on your daddy's knee
Greeting for a wee penny
To buy some Colter's candy

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