T: There's A Man Here On Crutches
R: slip jig
|:G2g f2g d3|A2B A2G FED|G2g f2g d2A|1Bcd g2d A2G:|2Bcd g2B d2c||
B2G E2G B2d|A2F d2A fed|B2e e2d B2A|BcB A2F G2E|
B2G E2G B2d|A2F d2A fed|e2d B2d e2A|d2B A2F GFE||
There is 1 recording of this tune.
There's A Man Here On Crutches has been added to 2 tunebooks.
Snappy hop jig composed by Dónal McCague, from his duo album with Tommy Fitzharris. Played a half step up on the recording.
From the liner notes, "We start this track with a hop jig composed by Dónal in memory of trips to St. Tiernach’s Park, Clones, for Ulster GAA Championship matches. The phrase ‘There’s a Man Here on Crutches’ was used on numerous occasions by Dónal’s late father, Gabriel, as a ploy to enter the restricted areas of Clones to park on the grounds of the nearby nursing home while carrying a pair of crutches in the back seat of the car."