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Flowers of Red Hill (The)

I learned “The Flowers of Red Hill” from Tom Delany and Blackie O’Connell at a session in McGann’s Pub. The Bothy Band recorded it on their album “After Hours”.

X:1
T:Flowers of Red Hill, The
R:reel
M:4/4
K:Ador
e~A3 gAfA|e~A3 eAdA|e~A3 eAfA|gedB GABd|
e~A3 gAfA|e~A3 eAdA|e~A3 e2fa|gedB GABd||
eaag bgag|eaag egdg|e~a3 bgag|edef gedg|
e~a3 bgag|eaaf g2ga|b~g3 aged|eaag edBd||

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