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Last Night’s Fun

One the great session reels, “Last Night’s Fun” is a tune I have learned through different sessions over the years. I associate it with Mary Bergin in particular, as I have always loved her version on “Feadóga stáin”. Noel Hill also recorded it on “The Irish Concertina”.

X:1
T:Last Night’s Fun
R:Reel
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:D
|ADFD A2AB|ADFD EFGB|ADFD A2 (3Bcd|edfe dBBd|
ADFD A2AB|ADFD EFGB|ADFD A2 (3Bcd|e2fe dBAB||
|df~f2 af~f2|defd e2ef|df~f2 af~f2|egfe dBAB|
df~f2 af~f2|defd e2ef|a2ab afeg|fded BddB||

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