Oh, dear! You must not have a compatible version of flash!
So a few months ago I was taking a shower whilst listening to the most recent Melvins album, The Bride Screamed Murder, for the first time. All of a sudden, as it approached the end, I heard a melody I knew I knew. Luckily, I was in the dry cycle by then and was able to listen more intently. After a few more moments, it hit me
I'm not always good with titles, but I knew it was one of the songs where they played these badass instruments of their own invention, the combolins. I grabbed the CD off the shelf that I was fairly certain contained the song in question (I'd purchased additional CDs by then), and there it was: "Peggy Gordon." Then I looked at the song titles on The Bride Screamed Murder and saw the last track was called "PG x 3" and all made sense, as they did three versions of it, essentially.
NOTE: A little research just now informs me that "Peggy Gordon" originally appeared on The Corries' 1972 album Sound the Pibroch.
NOTE 2: I've seen many record reviews refer to this as a traditional Canadian folk song; it is not. Buzz apparently heard it used in an Australian film, and Australia has been known to contain Scots in the past, like Bon Scott and the Young brothers.