X:1 T:Camp Run N:From the playing of Ernie Carpenter (1909-1997, Braxton County, N:W.Va.) Q:"Quick" M:C| L:1/8 N:DGdg tuning (fiddle) N:Carpenter adds a beat or two at the cadence of each phase. D:Augusta Heritage AHR-023, Ernie Carpenter - "Old Time Fiddle Tunes from the Elk D:River Country" (2001. Reissue of 1986 LP) D:https://soundarchives.berea.edu/items/show/2701 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G "*"B2|[Bd]-[d3d3][d4d4]|dedB- AGG2|B-d d2 dedB|[M:3/2]AG[G,3G3] [G,G][G,2G2][G,2G2]GA-| [M:C|]B2+slide+[d2d2] [dd][dd] [d2d2]|dedB- AGGA|B2d2 gded|[M:5/4]AGG3G [G,2G2]([G,G]E|| [M:C|][G,2D2]) ([G,D]E) [G,2G2][G,G]A|BAGB AGEG|[G,2D2] ([G,D]E) [G,2G2][G,G]A|[M:3/2]BGAG G6 [G,G]E| [M:C|][G,2D2]) [G,2E2] [G,2G2][G,G]A|BAdB AGEE|[G,2D2] ([G,D]E) [G,2G2][G,G]A|[M:3/2]BGAG G3G G2 || P:Substitution: "*"[G2d2]-|[Gd][Ad] [B2d2]+slide+[d3d3][dd]]||
It’s just my luck that if it was raining soup, I’d have a fork instead of a spoon.
In the old days we did everything by hand-power and awkwardness.
They say that money talks, but all it ever said to me was goodbye.
I’ve been as lucky as a one-legged man at an ass-kicking.