Come all now and listen to me, and in prose Shakespearean
I'll tell you a tale of Sabbaths, journeys and Kirks Presbyterian
For upon the Sabbath day the Hebrides you cannot travel
Not even if you were to say please and grovel.
Rev Iain D Campbell, of the Lord's Day Observance Society,
Well known throughout the land for his piety
Said: "None of us have the absolute right to come and go from the island whenever and however we wish."
Which is a denial of basic rights, not to mention a load of pish.
A seven-day service would bring social and economic benefits to the islands
And let them compete with the rest of the highlands
Sunday travel should be a matter of individual choice.
And only those that wish to, will listen to the Wee, Free voice.