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Behind The Bush In The Garden

I first heard this tune on John Williams’ first album, on which he calls it “The Tidy Woman” and plays it more like a jig. It is more common as a slide though, under the name “Behind The Bush In The Garden”. I learned if from the Doon Ceili Band.

X:1
T:Behind The Bush In The Garden
T:The Tidy Woman
M:12/8
L:1/8
R:Slide
K:Amin
|:c2A AGE|c2A AGE|GAG G2E|GAG E2G|
A2B c2d|eag e2d|c2A BAG|A3 A2B:||
c2B c2d|eag e2d|c2B c2d|e2G GAB|
c2B c2d|e2a g2e|c2A BAG|A3 A2B|
c2B c2d|eag e2d|c2B c2d|e2G GAB|
c2d e2a|g2e d2e|c2A BAG|A3 A2B||

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