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Daisy Field (The)

“The Daisy Field” is a reel composed by Paddy Kelly (It is very often simply called Paddy Kelly’s) that I got from Thierry Masure and is one of my friend JB’s favourite tune.

X:1
T:Daisy Field, The
T:Paddy Kelly’s
C:Paddy Kelly
R:reel
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Gmaj
|:dGG2 dGBd|c=FF2 c=F (3ABc|dGG2 dGBG|BdcA GABc|
d~G3 dGBd|c=FF2 cFAc|d~G3 DGG2|AdcA G2 (3ABc:||
|:dggf g2ag|=fdcB A=F (3ABc|dggf g2gf|defg a2gf|
dggf g2ag|=fdcB A=FAc|dGG2 D~G3|BdcA G2 (3ABc||

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