Curse me if you will for adding another "non-irish" tune, but a good tune is a good tune right? This is from my fiddling and the 2nd 4 bars is a variation although… more like the tune is usually played.
This tune is not uncommon among current old time players in Virginia, WV and probably North Carolina. If a modern fiddler plays this he could proabably tell you "what" version he or she is playing… "Hammons", "Henry Reed" "Melvin Wine." My B part here has some characteristics of Henry Reed’s but isnt the same.
In the trad. versions Ive looked at from the "older" players, the B part is never the same. A reel? This notation doesnt include the syncopation that usually goes along with the "pulse" of this tune. The A4’s in the tune are usually unison (double stringed with the D string on fiddle. I tried to notate that on the first bar also.) And also have some quick grace? notes of E and F leading into them. To get the feel, Id suggest finding a recording, these abc’s are just a framework. (as usual)