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Have a Drink with Me

“Have a Drink with Me” is a common session tune which I learned through various sessions. I associate this tune with Mary MacNamara though, who recorded it on her album “Traditional Music from East Clare”.

X:1
T:Have a Drink with Me
M:6/8
R:jig
K:G
|:BAG E2D|EGD EGD|BAG E2D|EAA AGA|
BAG E2D|EGD EGD|BAG E2D|1 EGG G2A:|2 EGG G2B||
|:c2d e2g|ded BAG|c2d efg|def gdB|
c2d e2g|ded BAG|BAG EGD|1 EGG G2B:|2 EGG G2A:||

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