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I Have No Money

I learned “I Have No Money” from Terry Bingham’s album. It is a reel that comes from the playing of Jackie Daly, the great accordion from Sliabh Luachra who now lives in Miltown Malbay. He recorded it in a set after “The Glenside Cottage“, and Terry Bingham recorded the same set.

X:1
T:I Have No Money
M:4/4
R:Reel
K:D
FAdB A2AG|FAdA FEEG|FAdB A2Af|afeg fddA|
FAdB A2AG|FAdA FEEG|FAdB A2Af|afeg fddf||
afef d2df|afeg fBBf|afef dedB|ABAG FDDf|
afef d2df|afeg fBBf|a2af edBd|A2AG FAdA||

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