I BURIED MY WIFE AND DANCED ON THE TOP OF HER GRAVE (jig)
"I buried my wife and danced on the top of her grave" is a traditional jig in D mixolydian. It has two parts of 8 bars each. Each part are repeated twice
To start with, you can use just two chords
Then we can move the chords. For example, on the 4th bar, we have an F# and a G, so we can try to make a G like that:
You can play one in the last bar of the first part too.
On the second part we can put a B minor in place of the D in the third bar, which gives us a rising bass, with power chords:
The chords would look like this:
Then you can have some fun and go further, for example by substituting with 7th chords. By keeping a chord over two bars, we create a descent and then an ascent to C major at the end of the part to create a certain tension before starting again on part A:
Using these chords:
You can listen to this jig on the album "Playing with fire" by the band Dervish (1995).