Follow us on Facebook/Twitter

facebooktwitter

Join our 11,000 Twitter Followers and 5,000 Facebook friends

Mairi’s Wedding – lyrics and chords

The original lyrics to Mairi’s Wedding were written in Gaelic by John Bannerman in 1934 in honour of Scottish singer Mary C MacNiven. They were translated into English by Sir Hugh Robertson a few years later.

Mairi’s Wedding
Videos

Click here for print version

The chords to Marie’s Wedding are presented here in the key of G Major. Use our chord converter to play the song in other keys.

Chorus
 
G 
Step we gaily, on we go
 
C 
Heel for heel  
D7 
and toe for toe,
 
G 
Arm in arm and row on row
 
C 
All for Mair
D7 
i’s 
 
wedding.
 
G 
Over hillways up and down
 
C 
Myrtle green  
D7 
and bracken brown,
 
G 
Past the sheilings through the town
 
C 
All for sake  
D7 
of 
 
Mairi.

Chorus

Red her cheeks as rowans are
Bright her eyes as any star,
Fairest o’ them all by far
Is our darlin’ Mairi.

Chord Converterguitar
Our chord converter enables you to play this song in any key.

Chorus

Plenty herring, plenty meal
Plenty peat to fill her creel,
Plenty bonny bairns as well
That’s the toast for Mairi.

Chorus

Mairi’s Wedding
Mairi’s Wedding videos
Mairi’s Wedding lyrics and chords

Mairi’s Wedding lyrics and chords print version

Chorus

[G]Step we gaily, on we go
[C]Heel for heel [D7]and toe for toe,
[G]Arm in arm and row on row
[C]All for Mair[D7]i’s wedding.

[G]Over hillways up and down
[C] Myrtle green [D7]and bracken brown,
[G] Past the sheilings through the town
[C]All for sake [D7]of Mairi.

Chorus

Red her cheeks as rowans are
Bright her eyes as any star,
Fairest o’ them all by far
Is our darlin’ Mairi.

Chorus

Plenty herring, plenty meal
Plenty peat to fill her creel,
Plenty bonny bairns as well
That’s the toast for Mairi.

Chorus

Mairi’s Wedding
Mairi’s Wedding videos
Mairi’s Wedding lyrics and chords

»crosslinked«