Evan Mcconkey’s tune sets

The Wearing Of The Green, The Star Of The County Down, The Ash Grove, The Wild Rover.

T: The Wearing Of The Green
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
DE|FFFE FAAF|FEEF E3 A|BGdc BAFD|EDDE D2 DE|
FFFE FAAF|FEEF E3 A|BGdc BAFD|EDDE D2 dc||
BAAF AFDE|FFFE F2 dc|BAAF AFDE|FEEF E2 DE|
FFFE FAAF|FEEF E3 A|BGdc BAFD|EDDE D4||
T: The Star Of The County Down
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Amin
EG|A2A2 A2GA|c2c2 d2cd|e2dc A2GE|G6 EG|
A2A2 A2GA|c2c2 d2cd|e2dc A2A2|A6||
e2|g2e2 e2dc|d2d2 d2cd|
e2dc A2GE|G6 EG|!A2A2 A2GA|c2c2 d2cd|e2dc A2A2|A6||
e2|g2e2 e2dc|d2d2 d2cd|!e2dc A2GE|G6 EG|
A2A2 A2GA|c2c2 d2cd|e2dc A2A2|A6||
T: The Ash Grove
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:"A"A2|"D"d2f2ag|"D"f2d2d2|"G"e2 gfed|"A"c2A2A2|
"D"d2fedc|"G"B2G2B2|"D"A2d2"A7"c2|"D"d4:|:e/f/g|
"D"a2fgab|"D"a2g2f2|"A"g2efga|"A7"g2f2e2|"D"f2defg|
"Bm"f2e2d2|"A"c2a2"E"^g2|"A"a4 A2|"D"d2f2ag|f2d2d2|
"G"e2gfed|"A"c2A2A2|"D"d2fedc|"G"B2G2B2|"D"A2d2"A"c2|"D"d4:|
T: The Wild Rover
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
D2|"G"G2>A2 G2|F2 D2 B2|B2<A2 B2|"C"(c6|c4) Bc|"D"d2 B2 d2|c2<A2 F2|
w: 1.~I've been a wild rover for many's the year, ~ and I've spent all my money on
"D"D2 B2 A2|"G"G6|z2 z2 D2|G2 A3 G|F2 D2 B2|B2 A2 B2|"C"(c6|c2) z2 Bc|
w: whiskey and beer. But now I'm returning with gold in great store ~ and I
"D"d2<B2 d2|c2>A2 F2|D2 B2 A2|"G"G2 F2 G2|"D"A6|A6|F2 (D4|D6)|"G"z2 B2 B2|
w: never will play the wild rover no more and it's No, Nay, Never! ~ No nay
B2 A2 B2|"C"(c6|c2) B2 c2|"G"(d6|d2) B2 G2|"C"F2 (E4|E2) z2 E2|"D"D2 (B4|B4) A2|"G"G6|z2 z2:|
w: never no more ~ will I play ~ the wild rover. ~ No, never, ~ no more
W: Verse 2:
W: I went into an alehouse I used to frequent
W: and I told the landlady my money was spent.
W: I asked her for credit, she answered me nay,
W: Such a custom like yours I can have any day
W: Verse 3:
W: I took from my pocket ten sovereigns bright
W: and the landlady's eyes opened wide with delight.
W: She said "you'll have whiskey and wines of the best
W: and the words that I told ye were only in jest."
W: Verse 4:
W: I'll go home to my parents, confess what I've done,
W: and I'll ask them to pardon their prodigal son.
W: And when they've caressed me as oft' times before
W: then I never will play the wild rover no more