Auld Lang Syne Double Bass Duet

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Song Name: Auld Lang Syne Double Bass Duet By: Robert Burns
Posted By: EarthDogHarpin Difficulty: Beginner
Key: F Genre: Folk
Harp Type: Any Audio: Auld Lang Syne Double Bass Duet
Created: 2011-12-31 19:08:25 Modified: 2013-01-03 10:39:57
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Key of F Major
Requires two Double Bass Harmonicas.
For the melody use either a Hohner 268 or Suzuki SDB-39(and Extended Double Bass)
and for the accompaniment use either a Hohner 265 or Suzuki SDB-29.
1st Double Bassist Range: C2 to L16
2nd Double Bassist Range: F1 to Bb2

The Double Bass is Blow only.
u = upper harp L = lower harp

1st: L6 L9____ L9 L9 L11 L10__ L9 L10
1. Should auld__ ac-quaint-ance be___ for-got,
2. And sure — ly you’ll buy your_ pint cup!
3. We two__ have run a – bout_ the slopes,
4. We two__ have pad – dled in___ the stream,
5. And there’s a hand my tru__- sty friend!
2nd: L9 L9 L9 L9 L9 L6 L6 L6

1st: L11 L9 L9___ L11 L13 L14_____
1. And nev-er___ brought to mind?____
2. And sur-ly___ I’ll buy mine!____
3. And pick-ed__ the daisies fine;____
4. From mor-ning sun till dine;____
5. And give us a hand o’ thine!___
2nd: L6 L9 L9___ L9 L9 u4______

1st: L16 L14 L13___ L11 L11 L9 L10__ L9 L10
1. Should_ auld__ ac-quaint-ance be__ for - got,
2. And____ we’ll_ take a cup of__ kind- ness
3. But____ we’ve_ wan-dered many a wear_-y foot,
4. But____ seas__ be-tween us broad have roared,
5. And____ we’ll_ take a right good –will draught
2nd: u11_____ L9___ L9 L9 L9 L6 L6 L6

1st: L11 L9 L7 L7 L6 L9________
1. And days__ of auld lang syne._____
2. yet for_____ auld lang syne._____
3. since auld____ lang_____ syne._____
4. since auld____ lang_____ syne._____
5. for auld____ lang_____ syne._____
2nd: L6 L7__ u4 L6_______ L2________

1st: L14 L13_ L11 L11 L9 L10___ L9 L10 L14 L13__L11 L11 L13 L14____
1-5. For auld____ lang___ syne,_ my dear, for auld___ lang___ syne.__
2nd: L9 L9 L9 L6____ L6 L6 L6 L9_____ L9_____ u4_____

1st L16L14L13___ L11 L11 L9 L10___ L9 L10 L11 L9__L7 L7___L6 L9___
1. We’ll take__ a cup of kind– ness yet, for auld__ lang___ syne.
2. We’ll take__ a cup of kind– ness yet, for auld__ lang___ syne.
3. We’ve wan__-dered man – y a wear– y foot, for auld__ lang___ syne.
4. But seas__ be- tween us broad have roared, for auld_ lang___ syne.
5. And we’ll_ take a right good –will draught for auld lang___ syne.
2nd u11__ L9____ L9 L9 L9 L6___ L6 L6 L6 L7__u4 L6_____ L2__

Optional Humorous last verse (from Garrison Keillor’s 2006 New Year's Eve Special):

I think of all the great, high hearts
I had when I was young!
And now who are these sad old farts
I find myself among?
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