The Crinan Canal by Joyce Schofield (2018) The Crinan Canal cut a straight line From the Atlantic thru to Loch Fyne It saved many a sailor from a fate truly dire A treacherous voyage round the Mull of Kintyre The Crinan Canal is different today Two hundred years on it has a new role to play It's a haven for kayaks and luxury yachts And Japanese tourists taking selfie stick shots The Crinan Canal's a sight to behold A waterway wonder from days of old But in Twenty Nineteen its main pulling power Is to slow modern life down to four knots an hour The Crinan Canal cut a straight line From the Atlantic thru to Loch Fyne If you wanted to go there but don't have the time Just google the Crinan and visit on-line The lyrics, music and video of were kindly provided by the song's writer Joyce Schofield. The music and lyrics can be downloaded as a pdf by clicking here.
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