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X: 29 T:The Wild Swans at Coole M:4/4 L:1/8 C:Ed Reavy R:reel N:Ed wanted one of his tunes to commemorate N:this favorite poem of his. He didn't know N:much Yeats, but what he knew N:he appreciated-particularly N:the last verse of "the Swans" N:But now they drift on the still water, N:Mysterious, beautiful; N:Among what rushes will they build, N:By what lake's edge or pool, N:Delight men's eyes when I awake someday, N:To find they have flown away. Z:Joe Reavy K:D dc|:Ad (3edc d2 AB|cBcG E=FGE|DA, (3A,G,A, =CA, (3A,G,A,| =FEDB, =CA,G,_B,|A,2 =FE FED=C|A,B,=CD =FGAB|=cd^fg agfa| [1 ge^ce d3 c:|2 ge^ce d2 Ac||d2 Ad fgaf|e=c cBc efge|d2 Ad fgaf| gfag eddc|defg abag|e=c (3cBc efge|a^ga=g (3efg ed| [1=cAGE D3 c:|2=cAGE D3 E||