I found this with minimal googling and a smidgeon of editing (smidgeon, from Lallans Scots for "a squadron of midges", originally Norman Fr. "les mid-jeans", the amount a man my age needs to adjust his jeans to fit his middle after breakfast).
Merci M. Brennan --P.g.M.
T:"Roll Her On The Mountain" (reel) 1309
C:after Sg't J. O'Neill
B:O'Neill's Music Of Ireland (The 1850) Lyon & Healy,
Z:Vince Brennan:FROM O'NEILL'S @abcnotation.com
A2FA A2FD|B2B(A Bc)dB|A2FA (DF)AF|GABc dfdB|!
A2FA A2FD|B2B(A Bc)dB|A2FA (dB)AF|GBAG F2D2||!
d2d(f ed)cB|(ABc)d (efg)e|d2d(f ed)cA|BGFG E2D2|!
d2d(f ed)cB|ABcd efge|(3fga) (3fga) gece|dBAF E2D2|]
Quoth the Great Zookini ---
> Dare I venture to suggest that we've sucked all the available humor
> (minimal at best) out of this particular topic? My Trash is beginning
> to fester, or, as we say in Moldvorkian (Upper), "Zerfrepki, tish imta
> yatfuui" (the umlaut on the second u is optional, but you knew that).
> "Roll Her on the Mountain" is a great reel nobody plays. Learn it
> and restore your value in the ITM community.