C1 Co gha bhi mi s’leiss Riogh mi C1.57: 120
R The Glen is our own, and all that it contains R.44: 31r
D2 A MacDonald’s March D2.41: 236
KB ’S Leam fein an Gleann / The Glen is mine KB.59: 157
SC Slum hin an Glan SC.38
Notes on Gaelic Titles
Cò dha bhios mi ’s leis an Rìgh mi Co gha bhi mi s’leiss Riogh mi C1. Whoever I am for, I’m with the King. This rationalisation of Colin Campbell’s title comes from Allan MacDonald who also offers Cha ghabh i mi, ’s leis an Rìgh mi (She won’t take me, I’m with the King) as an alternative but more remote possibility.
’S leam fèin an Gleann The Glen is our own, and all that it contains R; ’S Leam fein an Gleann / The Glen is mine KB; Slum hin an Glan SC. The Glen is Mine. Peter Reid’s translation ‘The Glen is our own’ is not supported by either Angus MacKay’s Gaelic titles or his longer song text ‘’S leam fein an Gleann, ’S leam fein na thann, &c.’