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Further, The Deeper (The)

I learned “The Further, The Deeper” from the beautiful recording “… Born For Sport” by Paul O’Shaugnessy & Harry Bradley. It was also recorded by Edel Fox and Neil Byrne under the name “Drive The Cows Home”.

X:1
T:Further, The Deeper, The
M:6/8
L:1/8
R:jig
K:Ador
|:ABd edB|dBA A2B|GAB dgd|BGG G2g|
fed efg|aAA e2a|g2e dBd|1 eAA A2E:|2 eAA A2d||
|:ege ege|dBA A2B|ded dgd|BGG G2g|
fed efg|aAA e2a|g2e dBd|1 eAA A2d:|2 eAA A2E||

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