Sweet Little Mystery Wet Wet Wet
One was one of the greatest Scottish poets that ever lived, the other is a legendary entertainer, but can you tell pop star from your poet? It's harder than you think!
'And I know that you can make my wish, If my wish is pure'
It's Robbie's song 'One Of God's Better People'.
'Beauty's of a fading nature'
It's Robert Burns' poem 'Will Ye Go and Marry Katie?' (1764).
'Diamond in the rough, today drifts into tomorrow, you feel your soul's been borrowed'
It's Robbie's song 'Stand Your Ground'.
'These dreams have let you down, take it don't break it just turn it around, these dreams won't let you down'
It's Robbie's song 'These Dreams'.
'The golden Hours on angel wings'
It's Robert Burns' Poem 'Highland Mary, Stanza Two' (1792).
'I've been told that love's a celebration, but I've lost faith through frustration'
It's Robbie's song 'Killing Me'.
'Princes and lords are but the breath of kings'
It's Robert Burns' poem 'The Cotter's Saturday Night' (1786).