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Boy In The Gap (The)

This is a true Doolin classic. “The Boy In The Gap” is a reel that is very much associated with Micho Russell. He used to play it after another fine reel, “Seán Sa Cheo”, but these days you hear them the other way around most of the times.

X:1
T:Boy in the Gap (The)
R:Reel
M:4/4
K:D
D2FA d2dc|ABAG EFGE|D2FA dfed|cAGE EDDE|
D2FA d2dc|ABAG EFGE|D2FA dfed|cAGE EDD2||
|:f2fg fedf|e2ef edcB|ABcd edcd|eaag eaag|
f2fg fedf|e2ef edcB|ABcd e2dB|A2GE EDD2:||
|:d~f3 d~f3|c~e3 c~e3|dffe f2fg|a2ge fdde|
f2ef dBAF|G2BG EFGE|D2FA dedc|A2GE EDD2:||

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