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MP3: Played very slowly*
Sheet Music: Click images to enlarge. To download, right-click in enlarged image and "Save as...".
And for historical interest, handwritten scores, possibly by Tom Anderson himself:
Link (Midi or Youtube):
Source (if known): J Tom Anderson
*Notes: See the caption on the melody sheet music above. I’m told that Tom Anderson played this tune at a very slow pace, like a lament, given the sad story he relates. But my experience is that played a little faster like a reel, it can have a charming tendency to speed up.