Inspired by a typically excellent Hepworth piece, in which he mentions the appeal of the place names listed by Lowell George in Willin', I thought I'd attempt a Scottish version.
I was out on the road, late at night
I seen my pretty Ethel in every headlight. Ethel.
Well ah been frae Bonkle tae Broughty Ferry,
Benbecula tae Balmaha,
Driven every kindae rig that's ever been made,
Driven the back roads so ah widnae get weighed,
And if you gie me,
Weed, whites and wine,
And ye show me a sign,
I'll be wullin, tae be movin'.
Smuggled some smokes and folks frae Linlithgow,
Soaked tae the skin, every time I go tae Linlithgow,
An' ah'm still...