Daphne Scobie

X:1
T:Daphne Scobie
C:Anselm Lingnau
R:Jig
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:G
D|G2G D>EF|GFG ABc|d2d B>AG|cBc A2 D|\
  G2G D>EF|GBd efg|
                   a2a f>ed|g3 g2:|\
b|g2d d>^cd|e2c c>Bc|d2B B>^AB|cBc A2 b|
  g2d d>^cd|e2c a2g|f2d c>BA|G3 G2 b|\
  g2d d>^cd|e2c c>Bc|
                     d2B B>^AB|cde def|\
  g2d d>^cd|e2e c'2b|a2a f>ed|g3 g2:|

For Daphne Scobie of Karlsruhe. This is written to fit Rudi Spägele's dance, »Daphne's Jig«.

You see things, and you say »Why?« But I dream things that never were, and say »Why not?«
– George Bernard Shaw