The beginning of this waulking song says: "I climbed up the Brindled Corrie, but didn't find what I was seeking / The girl who milks the white-backed, dark-grey cattle."
The section which follows is one in which a girl tells that her lover is a nobleman. He wears a kilt, and carries a musket and sword. He hunts the deer, seals and swans.
28 half-lines (14 lines) sung, plus choruses.
'Hebridean Folksongs' vol. 2 (J. L. Campbell/F. Collinson eds., 1977) p. 172