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Five Mile Chase (The)

“The Five Mile Chase” is a great session tune, and it usually comes after “The Boys of Ballisodare“. I associate this set with Christy Barry and James Devitt.

X:1
T:Five Mile Chase, The
R:reel
M:4/4
K:G
G2BG dGBG|FADA FADA|G2BG dG (3Bcd|egfa gedB|
G2BG dGBG|FADA FADA|G2BG dG (3Bcd|egfa ~g3f||
gd (3Bcd ed (3Bcd|g2bg agef|gd (3Bcd ed (3Bcd|egfa ~g3f|
gabg efge|dedB BABd|~e3f edBd|egfa gedB||

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