Old lang syne

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Old` lang syne´

1.See Auld lang syne.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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At the stroke of midnight Monday, I hope you sang "Auld Lang Syne," not "Old Lang Syne." The former is Scottish for "good old times." The latter is how Dan Fogelberg spelled it in "Same Old Lang Syne," his syrupy ode to a chance encounter with an old flame at a Peoria convenience store.
Should old acquaintance be forgot, and old lang syne?
You don't need champagne and Old Lang Syne (does anyone know what that means anyway?) to welcome in the New Year.
Is thy heart now grown so cold That loving breast of thine; That thou canst never once reflect On old lang syne. On old long syne my Jo, In old long syne.
The radio was on in the background playing the chimes of Big Ben as it struck midnight then there was the singing of Old Lang Syne and the next thing we knew Toby was born."
Fogelberg, who distinguished himself with his angelic vocals and lyrics that celebrated beauty and romance, hit his commercial and creative peak in 1981 with The Innocent Age, which yielded three top-10 singles, Hard to Say, Same Old Lang Syne and Leader of the Band.