In this waulking song a girl tells of her sadness as she climbs the gloomy mountain. The man she loved has deserted her. She describes him as a noble and praises his skill as a hunter. She realises that it is her lack of wealth that has made him reject her.
Eighteen lines sung.
See: 'Hebridean Folksongs' vol. 1 (Campbell/Collinson) p. 82