The Hangover P** reel

Also known as The Hangover P***, The Hangover Poo, The Hangover Poos.

There are 4 recordings of a tune by this name.

The Hangover P** has been added to 2 tune sets.

The Hangover P** has been added to 55 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: The Hangover P**
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
e2 (3AAA A2e2|(3AAA eA fAgA|affe (3fff fe|f2af ecBc|
e2 (3AAA A2e2|(3AAA eA fAgA|affe f2 (3eee|ecBc A3B:|
|:e2af ecBc|ec~c2 BcAB|cFFE FGAc|f2af ecBc|
f2af ecBc|ec~c2 BcAB|c2 (3FFF F2 (3EEE|ecBc A3B:|

Ten comments

The Hangover Poo

I got this from a session recording. I’m afraid I don’t know who wrote it. Presumably the name refers to the rapid same-note triplets!

God help us all

to follow touching cloth in splendid isolation and sitting on the throne,perchance?

Not Poos but P***

The correct title of the tune is "The Hangover P***," which was penned by Scottish box player Ian Lowthian. The notes of the recording read "Another ‘smallest room in the house’ offering from the man who brought you ‘The Toilet Seat’ and other lavatorial melodies. The Tune illustrates perfectly Ian’s rather worring bathroom fixation, and was composed to celebrate his second favourite pastime, which, as the title suggests, manifests itself as a direct result of his fest." Excellent title!

Sorry, it seems we need just two stars.

Arigatou gozaimasu! I should have realised it was supposed to rhyme with "Blues"…

BTW I can’t see why th HP is his 2nd favourite pastime after drinking. It’s hardly a pleasant experience. Each to his own I suppose…

I feel really stupid now. Ian Lowthian’s studio is the next village over from where my Auntie lives in the Borders, and I only learnt his tunes (from Australians) when I came over to Australia. How weird is that?

LOL!!!! I would learn this for the title alone….LOL……I think there’s something wrong with me :-)

I mean, who hasn’t had the Hangover poo…

Joyce

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uiscedwr put this in a set mouseskin shoe/ green fields of rosbeigh/ the hangover poo. boss key change they do between the last two

i think this would go well with john mccuskers "trip to kilkenny".