X:16 T:Theme Vannetais T:(Green Man April 2019) M:4/4 K:Em |:"Em"E2 B2 B2 AB|G2 E2 E2 GB|"D"A2 AG F2 FE|DE FA "Em"G2 "D"F2| "Em"E2 B2 B2 AB|G2 E2 E2 GB|"D"A2 AG F2 FE|DE FA "Em"E4:: "Em"EF GF EF GF|EF GA B2 G2|"D"DE FE D2 DE|F2 A2 "Em"G2 F2| "Em"EF GF EF GF|EF GA B2 G2|"D"DE FE D2 A2|"Em"G2 "D"F2 "Em"E4:| W: W:Another tune that while most definitely not English has most convincingly W:become part of the tradition. This is a Breton An Dro written by the band W:Tri Yann for a TV show called 'Picou Fils De Son Pere in '73'. It has been W:firmly adopted by the Border Morris community where it is commonly used W:for the dance 'Twiglet'. I like to think that somewhere deep in rural France W:there's a traditional dance group happily dancing away to the 'Crossroads' W:theme. For added enjoyment google the Welsh variant 'Bwrlwm' W:(just don't try to pronounce it). W: