Steve Clarke's lads will signify their country in what will be the first chance in more than two decades to Scotland to play in a significant football tournament.
Thus, what's the tune about and what would be the lyrics? That is exactly what you want to understand.
Flower of Scotland was initially written by Roy Williamson from the 1960s, for folk group The Corrie's.
The 1314 conflict is regarded as the second when Edward recognized Bruce since the King of Scotland, and Scotland as an independent state. But, Scotland's liberty wasn't made official until 14 decades later, in the treaty of Northampton in 1328.
The opening verse says"you struggled and fought to your wee little [of] Hill and Glen", speaking to Scotland's rural landscape as well as the Scots who died in the struggle.