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Humours of Whiskey (The)

“The Humours of Slip Jig” is a slip jig very much associated with Donegal music. I learned it from accordion player Dermot Byrne, who is now based in Clare.

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|:G2A Bee Bee|GFG BGB AFD|G2A Bee Bee|dcd A2G FED:|
|d2e fdf ecA|dcd fdf gfe|d2e fdf ecA|Bcd A2G FED|
d2e fdf ecA|dcd fdf gfe|d2e fga ecA|Bcd A2G FED||

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