HIT show Succession has come to an end after the season finale was made available to UK viewers in the early hours of Monday morning.

In one scene, the Roy siblings find footage of their father Logan (Brian Cox) recite a famous piece of Scots music.

Here’s everything you need to know about the song.

What song is Logan singing?

The song is Green Grow The Rashes O and was written by Robert Burns in 1783. It is believed he wrote this version based on a much older ballad. 

Analysis of the poem has suggested that its message is that men driven by money and status who may not be enjoying their lives to the full - which would be fitting with similar themes explored in Succession.

Many others have covered the song, including Dougie MacLean – a clip of him performing the tune at Celtic Connections in 2015 can be seen below.

Where does the song appear in the finale?

During one scene, the Roy siblings Kendall, Roman, Shiv and Connor are in their late father’s apartment.

They enter a room and find Connor playing footage of Logan at a dinner party, taken shortly before his death.

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They watch as he recites a list of failed presidential candidates and then joins Gerry, Carl and Frank in singing Green Grow The Rashes – while Kerry rests her head on his shoulder.

At one point, he accuses Frank of “murdering” the tune.