What do the words “auld lang syne” mean?
Don’t forget friends
Remember long ago
Times long past
Old long since
People interpret “Auld Lang Syne” as “times long past” or “days gone by,” but its literal translation from Scots is “old long since.” Some music historians call it “the song nobody knows,” though that doesn’t stop people from trying to sing it every year.
The sentiment is a few hundred years older, but the tune was paired with lyrics when Scots poet Robert Burns wrote it down in 1788 after listening to someone else sing it.
Answer: The correct answer is Old long since