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Drunken Landlady (The)

This is a common session which I love very much. I learned “The Drunken Landlady” through various sessions, but it’s really a tune that I associate with the amazing duet album of Noel Hill & Tony Linnane.

X:1
T:Drunken Landlady, The
R:reel
M:4/4
K:Edor
|:BE~E2 BAFA|BE~E2 BAFA|ABAF D2FD|FA~A2 BAFA|
BE~E2 BAFA|BE~E2 BAFA|A2Bc dfec|dBAF E2FA:||
|:Beed e2de|f2df efdB|ABAF D2FD|FA~A2 BAFA|
Beed e2de|f2df efdB|A2Bc dfec|1 dBAF E2FA:|2dBAF E4||

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