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Days Gone By (Auld Lang Syne)

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Days Gone By
(Auld Lang Syne)
Character(s) Applejack
Apple Bloom
Granny Smith
Sung by Ashleigh Ball
Michelle Creber
Tabitha St. Germain
Phoenix Chamber Choir
Staff David Corman (guitars)
Daniel Ingram (Irish flute/tin whistle)[1]
Music by Traditional
Lyrics by Robert Burns
Daniel Ingram (additional lyrics)
Length 2:48
Album It's a Pony Kind of Christmas

Days Gone By (Auld Lang Syne) is a traditional Scottish poem written by Robert Burns in 1788 set to the tune of a traditional folk song, traditionally associated with the holiday of New Year's Eve. The Apple family's version serves as the ninth track on the album It's a Pony Kind of Christmas.

Lyrics

[Applejack]
When family cannot be here
Havin' journeyed far and wide
We sing a song to honor them
To remember days gone by
[Applejack and Apple Bloom]
So take your cup and raise it high
Just as surely I'll do mine
And laugh we will at stories told
As we smile at days gone by
As we smile at days gone by
[Applejack, Apple Bloom, and Granny Smith]
For family not here, my dears
Havin' journeyed far and wide
For loyalty and kindness both
We smile at days gone by
[Choir]
[vocalizing]
[Applejack]
Our paths will cross again one day
In time to reunite
For family is always near
Even when the seas are wide
[Applejack and Apple Bloom]
So take your cup and raise it high
Just as surely I'll do mine
And make a toast for family
And the tales of days gone by
[All]
For family not here, my dears
Havin' journeyed far and wide
For loyalty and kindness both
Take joy at days gone by
For loyalty and kindness both
We smile at days gone by

See also

References

  1. Daniel Ingram (2015-11-07). #MLP #ItsAPonyKindOfChristmas #FunFacts I dug out my Irish flute and Tin whistle from 20 years ago to perform on "Days Gone By" #irony. Twitter. Retrieved on 2015 November 7.

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