Courting in the Kitchen

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COURTING IN THE KITCHEN. AKA and see "One bumper at parting," "Her Blue eyes they gleam and they twinkle," "Mall Rua," "Moll Roe{'s} [1]," "Moll Roe in the Morning," "Though late was I plump," "Munsterman's Flattery," "Ditherum Doodle," "I'll Take a Glass with a Friend," "Come under my Dimity," "Night of the Fun (3) (The)," "Late on a Saturday Night." The tune features pizzicato or plucked notes in American tradition (Pappy Taylor, Effingham, Illonois).

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