X:1
T:Melonbelly
M:C
L:1/8
Q:180
C:(c) Greg Anderson 16 September 1999
R:Reel
N:On last time through, the last two measures of the B part can be
N:dropped a octave if your instrument has the range
H:Our daughter Evelyn became a fanatic for melon (canteloupe) early on in
H:France. She ate so much at first that we kidded her about having a
H:"melonbelly" - when you thumped it, it sounded just like a ripe melon
K:Em
e>G A>B GE- E>E|E>F GF- F3 B|e2 d2 B>d B>A|G>F DE- E3 B|e>G A>B GE- >E|
E>F GA- A3 B|g2 f3 g f>e|d>B A>E- E3 B|e>G A>B GE- E>E|E>F GF- F3 B|
e2 d2 B>d B>A|G>F DE- E3 B|e>G A>B GE- E>E|G>B c>A- A3 a|
b>a g>e d>B A>G|F>D B,E- E3 B,|:E G2 A- A3 B|a2 g>a fe- e>e|e>d BA- A3 B|
G>E DE- E2 B,|1E>G BA- A3 B|c>e f>g c'b- b2|e'>d' b>a g>e d>B|A>G DE- E3:|
2E>G AF- F3 B|c>e f>g c'b- b2|e'>d' b>a g>e d>B|A>G FE- E3 z||