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Comb Your Hair And Curl It

Maybe more common as a Hop Jig, I learned this Slip Jig version of “Comb Your Hair And Curl It” from Altan’s album “The Blue Idol”.

X:1
T:Comb Your Hair and Curl It
R:Slip Jig
M:9/8
K:Edor
|:B2E E2F G2A|Bcd edc d2c|B2E E2F G2A|B2B AGF G2E:||
|:g2e e2d efg|f2d d2c def|g2e e2d edc|d2B AGF G2E:||

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