From an old New England collection of fiddle music. There is also a version in Fmaj as follows:
FAc fef|gfe f3|FAc fed|cBA G2A|
FAc fef|gfe fga|gfe fed|cBA G3:|
|:b|agf gfe|fcA F2b|agf gBA|BAB G2b|
agf gfe|fed cBA|Bdg Acf|ede f3:||
“New England Fiddler’s Repertoire”
Randy Miller & Jack Perron, 1983 / 2nd edition 2003
Page 34: "Munster Lass"
~ another Randy Miller publication:
"Irish Traditional Fiddle Music"
First part is almost identical to one of the parts of Wallop the spot
This is also in the Goodman collection book 2. Sadly I don’t do ABC so can’t put it up here….
This is the first tune in an F Major medley recorded by Angus Chisholm, the Cape Breton fiddler. He called it "Thompson’s", and followed it with "Light and Airy". I learned the medley from the recording years ago.