The Largo Village Book, compiled by the Largo Woman's Rural Institute in 1932, contains a section about rhymes which were either about the area or were used in the area. One of these rhymes is about Hogmanay and was described as "still sung by the children who come for their cakes on Hogmanay". Here it is....
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