Juker and LDT, AF isn't my choice of a 'melodeon' tune either....
But, it does crop up very regularly in Sessions, so it is at least worth learning to pick out the melody on the right hand (as I do - the beauty of playing an Oakwood is that the reeds can be made to do quite nice things, even in this mode), rather than having to 'just sit there'. It is popular with fiddlers and bluegrass players, and, if not started by someone partcipating in a Session (eg if it's an English trad Session), then very often it gets requested by someone in the audience - so then someone like Flos Headford will play it to oblige.
However...I have heard some very cringe-making mandolin versions - which have led me to dislike the tune ie with loads of 'tremolo' or 'vibrato', or whatever they do to it! and some very screechy, waily fiddle versions! like LIDL, it is often spoilt when played 'en masse' IMO, rather than as a solo or small - practised - ensemble piece.