Freedom Come All Ye, written by Hamish Henderson in 1960, sung outside the Scottish Parliament in March 2011 by Coreen Scott and Gareth Jones. Gareth is dressed as a Hanoverian solider, while Coreen is dressed as a Jacobite, two sides from a bitter civil war in 1745 in which Scots fought with each other. They symbolically sing together in unison. The song, written in Scots, celebrates the winds of change sweeping through a Scotland, celebrating the new diversity and mixed cultures of modern Scotland, a Scotland in which division can be put aside by shared humanity can respect for each other's culture.

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