We seem to be on a "Scottish/Canadian Classics" kick here at the CSFO. Here's a tune for our last get-together of the season. I think I probably learned this from fiddler Dave Weir when we were playing for night school square dance classes in Toronto in the early 1980s. I still like this old chestnut a lot. It's a good tune to play for dancers and it's always nice the way it jumps up to the IV chord at the beginning of the B-part. So play it in good health, and remember, "It ain't good because it's old - it's old because it's good!"
If all that's not enough - try this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XgMxKP_Jcs&feature=kp (copy & paste)