Trying to figure out the name of a traditional Scottish (and not Irish folk song I heard on the Ed Miller radio show last year. I recall it was performed by a woman and I know I found a video of her performing it on YouTube at one point. But, given it's traditional, I'm sure it's been performed by others as well.
The "plot" of the song, as it were, is that a young man is traveling somewhere and happens to join paths with a woman. I believe it's either stated directly or indirectly that she's married. At some point he tries to get her to give him a kiss, and she demures. I think at some point she calls him foolish, or something like that.
Unfortunately that's all I remember. Have spent about an hour googling and haven't found anything yet.