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Johnny Leary’s Polka

“Johnny Leary’s Polka” is a tune I learned from Terry Bingham at a workshop during the Russell Memorial Weekend back in 2013.

X:1
T:Johnny Leary’s
R:Polka
M:2/4
L:1/8
K:A
|:A>F EF|AB ce|fe cA|BA F2|A>F EF|AB ce|fe cA|BA A2:|
|:fe ce|fe e2|a>f ec|BA F2|A>F EF|AB ce|fe cA|BA A2:|

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