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God Rest You Merry Version 1 of 2

Found in GB-7a-11-0.abc from the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library abc collection
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God Rest You Merry Version 1 of 2 Mr. Lockly (c.80), High Ercall, Salop, III. 08 Transcribed by Simon Furey and Lewis Jones GSK B(utterworth) 4 4 Transcribers' note: There are slight variations in the notation and the headers, but the melody is identical to that of GB/6a/74. There, however, the informant's surname is spelt "Lockley." God Rest You Merry Version 2 of 2 4 4 (a) (a) What she actually sang was Transcribers' note: The alternative ending, "what she actually sang," changes the final keynote from E to D. www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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