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A variant to "Oil of Barley" or "Cold and Raw", printed by Thomas D"Urfey in 1686. He believed the tune to be Scots. Robert Burns made a song on this title entitled "Craigieburn Wood".

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Playford

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Jig > 10 transcriptions > 5 transcriptions Has lots of stepwise movement Has some stepwise movement minor major C F D 6/8 Has chords explore more...

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X: 1
T:Lulle me beyond thee
M:6/8
L:1/8
%Q:100
R:Jig
N:A variant to "Oil of Barley" or "Cold and Raw", printed by Thomas
N:D"Urfey in 1686.  He believed the tune to be Scots.  Robert Burns made
N:a song on this title entitled "Craigieburn Wood".
K:DDor
A2A f>ef|g>fg a3|A2A f>ed|^c3 d3:|
f2f g>fg|a>ba g2c|f2f g>fg|a3 g3|a>ba g>fe|f>ed a3|A2A f>ed|^c3 d3||

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