"Misirlou" (The Egyptian Girl") is a Greek song, copyrighted by P. Roubanis in 1934 but certainly older. It's best known in the West these days as the theme for the movie "Pulp Fiction" - the version used there is the wonderful Californian surf-rock arrangement by Dick Dale and the Deltones.
The scale it it uses is known as "zirguleli hijaz" in Turkish and "mayamalavagaula" or "bhairavi" in Indian music - centred on E as here, the F and C are natural but the G and D are sharpened. This scale was known in ancient Greece, but in this song, it came via the Ottoman Empire.
Z:Jack Campin, http://www.campin.me.uk
E3 F G2A2|B3 c d2c2|B8-|B8 :|
cB2c B2A2|BA2B A2G2|G8-|G8 |
BA2B A2G2|GF2G F2E2|E8-|E8 :|
A8- |A6 GA|B8-|B6 AB|\
c6 Bc|d6 cd|e8-|e8 |
fe2f e2d2|ed2e d2c2|B8-|B8 |
dc2d c2B2|BA2B G2F2|E8-|E8 :|
c6 Bc|d6 cd|e8-|e8- |e8-|ez3 z4|]