Ye've no' been lang o' forgettin' whaur ye sprang frae, my man.'
He's been at the kirk o' Crackabout, whaur the kail pat was the minister.
An hostler addressed the now trembling Hare:—whaur are ye gaun, man?
He hurried it up to the tope of the hell, whaur it's bided ever sence.
Ye've not been seen since morning's light, and it's nigh-hand on midnight whaur have ye been?
They're aye gaun to be better aff onywhaur else than whaur they are.
whaur the wee white gowan wi' reid reid tips, Was as white as her cheek and as reid as her lips.
So I rose again, and I says, boldly this time, ‘whaur’s that young leddy?
whaur but in's ain room, sair cast doun for the ill he has dune.
She's in jyle, whaur ye took her to--that's all there is to it.