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Jenny Picking Cockles

I learned “Jenny Picking Cockles” from Terry Bingham, who recorded it with Dermot Byrne on his album “Traditional Irish Music from Doolin, Co. Clare”. I also associate this tune with my good friend Paolo Cerato.

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T:Jenny Picking Cockles
R:reel
M:4/4
K:Dmix
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|:f2fd efed|^cAAB cdeg|~f3d efed|eaag edde|
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