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*Collection* SFHS, 2009

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- Eddy Kelly's No. 1
- Eddy Kelly's No. 2
- Sandy Boys
- Little Rabbit

Differences between the first and second lines of the A part are just variations.

This was originally two tunes - the first three parts were Little Rabbit, and the last two were Rabbit Where's Your Mammy.

But it's also a version of John Brown's Dream, as banjo scholar Stephen Wade points out, although that tune usually goes in G. I'm not sure how these pieces of information relate to one another.

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