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I Buried My Wife And Danced On Top Of Her Grave

“I Buried my Wife and Danced on top of her Grave” is a popular session tune. I associate this jig with fiddle player Martin Hayes as I have always loved his version on his first album.

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T:I Buried My Wife And Danced On Top Of Her Grave
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|:DED F2G|AdB =cAF|GFG BAG|FAF GEA|
DED F2G|AdB =cAF|GFG BAG|1 AFD D2E:|2 AFD DFA||
|:d2e fed|faf gfe|d2e fed|d=cA d=cA|
d2e fed|faf gfe|d2A BAG|1 AFD DFA:|2 AFD D2E||

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