Scottish Fairy and Folk Tales, by George Douglas, , at sacred-texts.com
THE Grouse Cock and his wife are always disputing, and may be heard on any fine evening or early morning quarrelling and scolding about the stock of food.
This is what the hen says--
"FAIC THUSA 'N LA UD 'S AN LA UD EILE."
And the cock, with his deeper voice, replies--
"FAIC THUSA 'N CNOC UD 'S AN CNOC UD EILE."
See thou yonder day, and yon other day.
See thou yonder hill, and yon other hill.