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Lily’s Jig

I definitely don’t consider myself a composer, but I did try to write a couple of tunes over the years. Here is one, “Lily’s Jig”, which I wrote shortly after my first daughter, Lily, was born in 2011.

X:1
T:Lily’s Jig
C:Charles Monod
M:6/8
R:Jig
K:Edor
|:eBB e2B|gfe f2d|eBB gfg|aba age|
eBB e2B|gfe f2d|efg aga|bge edB:||
|e2B efg|f2d fga|g2e gab|bge edB|
eBB efg|f2a bge|edB AFA|Bed e2d|
e2B efg|fed fga|gfe gab|bge edB|
eBB efg|f2a bge|edB AFA|Bed e2d||

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