Wow, woman, the Bertrams of Ellangowan are the auld Dingawaies lang syne.
I was an undertaker ten year in Lockerby, but I left there lang syne.
This is the "Music House," where the Prince's band were wont to play in days "lang syne."
And anyway, that's over and done: he'll be joined to the rest of them lang syne.
I was looking for fame and fortune, thought of which blinded my eyes to something far better—scenes and friendships of lang syne.
Little did the fugitive groom desire now to recall "lang syne," and renew a former acquaintance.
They're a' ower the march lang syne; there's no a horn o' them about the tower.
Such, I am sorry to say, was the character of most of the sailor landlords in "days lang syne."
An Irish gentleman shot in a duel in lang syne, was poetically described as having been left "quivering on a daisy."
If the dead know aught, lang syne you must have known I knew nothing of the evil deed done upon you.
c.1500, Scottish variant of long since; popularized in Burns' song, 1788.