|[A] Will you gang to the hielands, Leezie [F#m] Lindsay,
|Will you [A] gang to the hielands wi' [D] me,
|[E7] Will you [A] gang to the hielands, Leezie [F#m] Lindsay,
|My [D] bride and my [E7] darling to [A] be?
[A] To gang to the hielands wi' [F#m] you, sir,
Would [A] bring the sad tear to my [D] e'e
[E7] Aye and [A] leave the green glens and [F#m] woodlands
And [D] streams o' my [E7] ain coun-[A] try.
[A] I'll show you the home o the [F#m] red deer,
[A] On mountains where waves the tall [D] pine,
[E7] And as far [A] as the bound o' the [F#m] red deer,
Ilk [D] moorland and [E7] mountain is [A] mine.
A [A] thousand claymores I can [F#m] muster
Ilk [A] blade and its bearer the same, [D]
[E7] And [A] when round their chieftains they [F#m] rally,
The [D] gallant Ar [E7] -gyle is my [A] name.
There's [A] dancing and joy in the [F#m] hielands,
There's [A] piping and gladness and [D] glee,
[E7] For Ar-[A]gyle has brought hame Leezie [F#m] Lindsay
His [D] bride and his [E7] darling to [A] be.