A new poll has revealed some shocking figures about the traditional New Year's song Auld Lang Syne.
Almost half of 18-24 year olds admitted they don't know a single word while 56 per cent said they had no idea who wrote the song.
What's more, the poll results have led to a warning that Auld Lang Syne is in danger of dying out.
Auld Lang What?
When the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve many of us will break into song linking arms, following the tradition singing: "Should auld acquaintance be forgot..."
But who actually wrote the song? It's not clear who composed the music, but it is thought Scottish poet Robert Burns penned the original poem which developed into the Scottish folk song - historically sung to mark the end of something.