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foothills on the English side of the border.

of the song also connects the tune to Wales, Shropshire lying in the

century double-tonic circular tune of haunting familiarity. The title

explanation, this unique progressive dance is paired with a 16th

With two titles of Welsh derivation, both of which escape convincing

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X: 3
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
P: Sedauny [A] (Dargason)
%Q: 120
R: Jig
H: With two titles of Welsh derivation, both of which escape convincing
H: explanation, this unique progressive dance is paired with a 16th
H: century double-tonic circular tune of haunting familiarity.  The title
H: of the song also connects the tune to Wales, Shropshire lying in the
H: foothills on the English side of the border.
K: A
|: "A"c2A A2A | c2d e>dc | "Bm"d2B B2B | "E7"d2e f>ed |
| "A"c2A A2A | "F#m"a2a g>fe | "Bm"d2B B2B | "E7"b2a g>fe :|

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