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Drumraney Lass (The)

“The Drumraney Lass” is a jig that I learned from Hugh Healy and Blackie O’Connell. They recorded it on their album “We Were Drinking And Kissing The Ladies” back in 2010. 

X:1
T:Drumraney Lass, The
M:6/8
R:Jig
K:Ador
|:A2A ABA|GEE G2B|A2A ABd|edB gdB|
A2A ABA|GEE G2B|dBA GAB|ded dBA:||
|:def g2g|agf g2e|def g2d|edB dBA|
def gfg|agf g2a|bag agf|gfe fdB:||

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