Young Tim Murphy
X:1 T:Young Tim Murphy M:6/8 L:1/8 R:Jig S:O’Neill – Dance Music of Ireland: 1001 Gems (1907), No. 134 Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:D F/G/|AFD DFA|Bcd B2A|Bcd AGF|GFG EFG| AFD DFA|Bcd B2A|Bcd F2E|FDD D2:| |:e|fef dBA|Bdd d2e|fef def|gfg e2a| fed B2d|A2d F2A|Bdd F2E|FDD D2:|
YOUNG TIM MURPHY (Teige/Tadg Og Ua Murcada). AKA and see "Barney O'Neill," "Doctor O'Neill (2)," “Faraway Wedding (2) (The),” "Kilfenora Jig (5)," “Kitty Lie Over,” “Paddy’s Return (1),” “Patsy McCann's,” "Praties are Dug and the Frost is All Over (The)," “What'll I do if the Kettle Boils Over (2).” Irish, Double Jig. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA’B (Moylan): AABB (O’Neill). Editor Moylan points out this is the tune usually associated with the verse “What would you do if the kettle boiled over,” and states that Séamus Ennis and Elizabeth Cronin both sang the song to this air.