X:1 T:Maysville N:Transcribed by John Hartford in Feb. 1991, from the playing N:of J.P. Fraley (Rush, Ky.) who had the tune from his father. M:2/4 L:1/8 B:Stephen F. Davis - Devil's Box, vol. 29, No. 4, Winter 1995 (p. 19) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:C G/E/G/A/ [ce][ce]|[ee][e/e/][e/e/] [ee]d|[ce][c/e/][c/e/] cd|e/d/c/d/ AG|G/E/G/A/ [ce][ce]| c/d/e/g/ a2|a/_b/a/g/ e/d/c|F/G/A d2|d/e/d/c/ A/G/F/G/|A/cd/ c:|]
MAYSVILLE. AKA and see "Over the Road to Maysville (1)." American, Reel (2/4 and cut time). USA, Kentucky. C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Source J.P. Fraley shifted into the 3rd position to play some of the unison 'e' notes, and stayed in that position for some succeeding notes. The second strain is 'crooked', or irregular, with extra beats added to the unison 'e' notes, which Fraley said the 'old-timers' called "dwelling notes."