PLEASE Help Me ID This Robert Burns Poem!

All I remember of its is a single line:
“…nae mair we’ll go a roving, by the light of the moon”
I’m really trying to find the poem…can’t get it out of my head, so there must be something of importance to me (albeit subconsciously)! :slight_smile:

You sure it’s Burns and not Lord Byron?

It also lends its name to a Ray Bradbury “Martian Chronicles” story, “And the Moon Be Still as Bright.”

Lord Byron may have borrowed from The Jolly Beggar