Fig for a Kiss (1) (A)
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FIG FOR A KISS , A (Ni mait liom pog!). AKA and see "Cailin Lasa Sal Roc," "Gaire na mBan," "Gliogar an Mheadair," "Gurgling of the Churn (The)," "Humors of Bottle Hill," "Milk the Churn," "Night of the Fun (2) (The)," "Old Dutch Churn (The)," "She is Fit for a Kiss," "Splashing of the Churn (2)," "Two in a Gig." Irish, Slip (or Hop) Jig (9/8 time). E Minor/Dorian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB (Barnes, S. Johnson, Roche, O'Neill/1001, Tubridy): AABB (O'Neill/Krassen). The melody was printed in the Petrie Collection of Ancient Irish Music of Ireland (Dublin, 1855) under the title "Glugur an Mheadair," translated as "Gurgling/Splashing of the Churn." The "Fig for a Kiss" title was first used in print by O'Neill. Related Cape Breton versions can be found under the title "Old Dutch Churn (The)," the title by which the tune appears in Ryan's Mammoth Collection (1883). "Fig for a Kiss (1) (A)," "Dublin Boys (The)," "Dublin Streets" and "Night of the Fun (2) (The)" are also related tunes.