God Bless You and Bugger Me

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T:God Bless You and Bugger Me
T:Bill McGlashan's 1st Figure of the 1st Set
% NFF Book 2006
S:collected from Harry McQueen, Castlemaine, Vic
S:Peter Ellis Collection, NLA
Z:converted to abc by John Furlonger
H:The name is onomatopoeic in its origin. Play the first two bars and you will hear the words.
H:This is how musicians often rememberd tunes when playing for dances in the bush.
B:Peter Ellis (ed), Collectors Choice Vol 1, Victorian Folk Music Club Inc., 1986, p4
O:Australia, Vic, Castlemaine
R:Set Tune
|:"G"G2G2 B2GB|"C"c2e2 "D7"d3c|"G"B2G2 B2GB|"C"c2e2 "D7"d3c|
"G"B2G2 B2GB|"C"c2e2 "G"d3B|ded^c "D"d3=c|1B2A2 "G"G2BA:|2B2A2 "C"G4||
|:"G"g4 g4|g6 ff|g2f2 e2d2|B2d2 "D7"A4|"Am"a4"Em"^g4|"Am"a4-a2 de|"G"d2d2 "D7"e2f2|"G"g6 z2:||

God Bless You and Bugger Me - played by Greg O'Leary

Additional Information

Additional information may be available on the following people or organisations associated with the collection of this tune:
| Harry McQueen | John Furlonger | Peter Ellis Collection |