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X:1 T:Maurice O'Keeffe's [5] S:Maurice O'Keeffe R:polka M:2/4 L:1/8 Z:Transcribed by Paul de Grae K:D A>B A>B|Ad dc|B>c B>c|Be Bd| A>B A>B|Ad dc|BA B/A/B/c/|1d2 dB:|2d2 de|| |:f2 fe|fB BA|Be e>f|ed BA| f>g fe|fB BA|Be B/A/B/c/|1d2 de:|2d2 d2||

MAURICE O'KEEFFE'S [5]. AKA and see "Kit White's No. 2," "MacGregor's March," "Rob Roy's March." Irish, Polka. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. The polka has variants in Ireland, England and Scotland. Fiddler Maurice O'Keeffe, de Grae's source, regarded it as an old tune and indicated he obtained it from his "master" (first music teacher) Johnny Linehan, who called it "Drunken Peeler (The)".

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