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Down The Back Lane

I learned “Down The Back Lane” from Terry Bingham’s album, but it is a jig widely associated with piper Willie Clancy from Miltown Malbay, as well as fiddle player Bobby Casey.

X:1
T:Down the Back Lane
R:jig
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:Dmix
|:ABG A2G|FDE F2d|cAA BAG|Ade fed|
cAG A2G|FDE F2G|Add fdd|ecA G2G:||
|:Add fed|cAB cAG|Add fdd|ecA G2G|
Add fed|cAB cde|fag efd|cAF G2G:||

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