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Harty Boys (The)

I learned “The Harty Boys” from Hugh Healy and Blackie O’Connell’s album “We Were Drinking And Kissing The Ladies”. A very nice jig that is rather common in sessions.

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T:Harty Boys (The)
R:jig
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|:d2A BAB|def a2f|aba f2e|dBB gfe|
d2A BAB|def a2f|aba f2e|fdc d2e:||
|:faa fab|afe fef|aba f2e|dBB gfe|
d2A BAB|def a2f|aba f2e|fdc d2e:||

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