High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Robert Gilfillan (7 July
1798 - 4 December 1850) was a poet and songwriter, born at
Dunfermline, Scotland, and latterly a collector of the police rates
at Leith. He wrote a number of Scottish songs, and was favourably
mentioned in Noctes Ambrosianae (see Wilson, J.). He was the author
of the beautiful song, Oh, why left I my Hame?.
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