X: 1 T:Tureengarbh Glen (polka) B:CRE 3.077 (Gleann an Tuarín Ghairbh) F:file ID: cre.3/217tur_g L:1/8 M:2/4 Q:120 R:polka K:G ge|:dB AG|Bd Bd|cd/c/ Bc|A2-Ag/e/| dB AG|Bd Bd|cd/c/ BA|1 G2 g>e:|2 G2 G|| A|Bd de|d2-de/d/|Bc/d/ ef|ed BA| Bd de|d2-d>b|ba ag|ag ed| Bd de|d2-de/d/|Bd ef|g>g fe| dB AG|Bd Bd|cd/c/ BA|G2 G||
TUREENGARBH GLEN (Gleann an Tuairín Ghairbh). AKA and see “All Along the River Bank," "Bit of Shit (The)," "Fr. Jones Polka," "Johnny I Do Love You," "Johnny I Do Miss You!," "What Thadg Said to Biddy.” Irish, Polka (2/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB (Taylor): AABB’ (Mallinson): AA'BB (Breathnach). Tureengarriffe, County Kerry, is on the Castleisland road two miles west of Ballydesmond. In January, 1921, it was the location of an I.R.A. ambush of a small contingent of the Royal Irish Constabulary officers and soldiers that resulted in all the R.I.C. men being killed or wounded. There were reprisals afterwards by the Black and Tans.