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The Waverley Polka
Last updated: 11.10.23
"The Waverley Polka" is a song I used to sing the chorus of when it was sung by Brian Kelly in the Idle Fellows. He maintained that it got from a certain Jim Brown. Internet searching has revealed nothing. This is a jolly song of sailing to and from Rothesay (sic). The song is obviously fairly modern with its references to "North Sea Oil" and ".....Russian hydrofoil".
     Title Performer Composer
youtube15.jpg The Waverley Polka (2:37) The Clydesiders