The main lines of this waulking song are addressed to 'Margaret of the Wiles' who has slandered the composer. The composer compares her own house where venison is eaten, to that of her accuser, where only the heads and bones of fish can be found.
'Hebridean Folksongs' Vol. 3 (J. L. Campbell & F. Collinson eds., 1981) p. 100
'Òrain Luaidh Màiri Nighean Alasdair' (K. C. Craig ed., 1949) p. 117