This is a version I got from Dave Sheridan many years ago.
T: Dublin Porter
|:B3A BcdB|cBAB cdec|Addc dcAG|FGAF DEFD|
B3A BcdB|cBAB cdef|g2fg ecAF|AGGF G2 GA:||
|:g3f gdBd|g2fg eA A2|eA A2 edeg|fgaf gfef|
g3f gdBd|g2fg eA A2|eA A2 edeg| fgaf gfed:||
Dublin Porter, X:3
Source: John & James Kelly
Transcription: gian marco pietrasanta
Dublin Porter, X:4
Source: The Kilfenora Ceili Band
Transcription: Gian marco pietrasanta
Note : The B part is short as in a single reel.
Re: Dublin Porter
It’s amazing how few comments are on this tune! It really is a great one, in an understated kind of way; pity it took me so long to realize it. I like the somewhat hornpipe-like ending of the first part, as well as the "G"-"C"-"D" chord modulation in the first part, and the modulation to Ador for some of the second part. I wonder about the ancestry / relationships of this tune…