Loch Lomond Scotland

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Loch Lomond Scotland

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Loch Lomond in Scotland is quite a famous one, at least for the locals. A song named The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond was written in 1841. 

An interpretation attributes it to a Jacobite Highlander captured after 1745 rising. The Hanoverian British victors were known to play cruel games on the captured Jacobites, and would supposedly find a pair of either brothers or friends and tell them one could live and the other would be executed, and it was up to the pair to decide. Thus the interpretation here is that the song is sung by the brother or friend who chose or was chosen to die. He is, therefore, telling his friend that they will both go back to Scotland, but he will go on the "low road", his body being paraded along the main road controlled by the Duke of Cumberland's forces, whereas his friend will have to head for the hilltops, taking longer to get back. (Wikipedia

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