What does “Auld Lang Syne” mean?
– Happy good morrow
– Days gone by
– Old yesterdays
– Forgotten days of yore
“Auld Lang Syne” is the primary phrase and title of Robert Burns’ poem that has come to typify New Year’s Eve around the world. The phrase literally translates to “old long since,” which means “days gone by.” The original poem was five verses that got people singing sentiments such as “let’s drink to days gone by.” It has become the most fitting toast for the New Year and is sung around the world. Source: RD.com