I know so little about this tune - my band and I found it in an Irish song book (that I can’t remember the name of) and put it with another hornpipe that I wrote.
There’s no name given in the book, so we’ve started to call it Bread. We’re not entirely sure why.
DrugCrazed, do you really mean to have those 7/8 bars at the end of the A part? It also looks like you typed f instead of F for the last note of bar 3 in the last line.
Compare with this:
T: Clare Hornpipe, The
S: Martin Mulvihill
Z: Woody Ford/Dianne Britton 10/2010
(3DEF | G2AG EDEF | G2Bd efge | d2BG AGBG |AGBG AGEF|
G2AG EDEF | G2Bd efge | d2BG AGED| G2GF G2 :|
|: ef | g2fg edBd | g2bg agef | g2fg edBG | A2BG AGEF |
G2AG EDEF| G2Bd efge | d2BG AGED | G2GF G2 :|]
There are similarities with this:
I shouldn’t write ABC while drunk…
I gave it a quick skim but drunk me didn’t spot the 7/8 bars and missed a 2 after the G. Fixed it now.