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(Sheet music piano)the all time best collection vol3

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(Sheet music piano)the all time best collection vol3

  1. 1. VOLUME ‘Tl-[REE Ain’t Nobody Anything For You The Best Crazy For You (Everything I Do) I Do It For You Father Figure How Am I Supposed To Live Without You I Want To Break Free I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That) Killing Me Softly With His Song Pray Purple Rain Stand By Me Take It To The Limit Three Times A Lady Vogue We Have All The Time In The World Wonderful Tonight Wuthering Heights 7 Seconds Production: STEPHEN CLARK and SADIE COOK Published 1995 ©Intemational Music Publications Limited Southend Road, Woodford Green, Essex IGS 8HN, England
  2. 2. AIN’T NOBODY Words and Music by DAVID WOLINSKI Medium Funk Em D/ E Em D/ E Cap - tured ef fort - less - ly. I’ve been wait ing _. for you. wait for night time _. to come, 3 I N 7 J J - V itifi F Hap - pened so next - ‘ral - ly, __ long. _j__. ___ I knew just what I be ' ’ ©1983 Overdue Music, USA Warner Chappell Music Ltd, London WIY 3FA
  3. 3. :___ am . ._. The next You filled I W close. dom ing. me free dream — j - in’ me be was _. ly. _. hold you gave I must 3 7 _ __ E . gj D ____ . ... w. .3. mm. / <Iu e n 0 . I. was I this wr mm . KV. t o. mo n S m was you a kiss, one_ could feel, What You knew I want I‘ / felt . .. w1th_ I heart no
  4. 4. stars St BIS star through _ the through - the on_. a ww oo nn dd nnl AA and hope this and hope this and hope this
  5. 5. bet loves me (‘/ I’ feel makes me hap makes me ter than you. __ bet loves me Ain’t no - bod
  6. 6. it D. S. % (no repeats) al Coda D/ E 51% _: =,l —1~35 each you put_. your in - to first stare me. a - round sur - prise. your charms I10
  7. 7. SW66! _ most _ LEm D/ E H @ on der ure l'Cl'1 SUI’ would _ treas —L—| —m-: _>I D. s. %% and fade ure. H1635 I'l0t
  8. 8. ,ANYTHING FOR YOU Words and Music by GLORIA ESTEFAN D7sus Gmaj9 J= 59 G(9) Moderately D11 D7sus : . .a__ D7 An- y-thing for you, _ it seems like .1 h S u 0 r h t e »r E J Since you said you're not here. _ ©1987 Foreign Imported Prods & Pub, USA EMI Songs Ltd, London WC2H DEA
  9. 9. and for - drag — ging on and on, - ure what_wentwrong. _ D/ E Em7 D7sus You hurt me through and through, but you can an - y-thing for you; _ G7 G7sus Dm9 A7 Em7 G/ D (D2/G) HEV - er 586.. me cry yu O Y h E U 0 h t d n A you. and I don’t need
  10. 10. G(9) C/ D And I'd do 3 . m . V. d e m w 5| I've learned so much- from you; _ that for one and you just you, some-one who’! ‘i; love_ I_ don to please__. -er think that But some-times things don't work- out right, _ I hope you find some-one Don't you ev ute | __ for - got_ to say__ good-bye. min - have
  11. 11. Em7 - er hurts_. . you, you just might CV But if that some-one and nev-er | eave__ friend- to turn Dsus7 G(9) G G7sus 0 .0 M u 0 h 5 ‘lo a h W :5 one 3 h I care and I_ don't each time_ I
  12. 12. nev - er see_ me ing. Don'tyou ev-er - ute I for-got . m m E n 0 M f . .u h t don't love__. you, G7sus Dm9lA Dm9 - bye. have to say__ good pl 5 U . I. U 0 V: 10 H 3 things don’t work our right, Instrumental Solo. Repeat ad lib. and fade G7/B Dm7 Em7
  13. 13. THE BEST Words and Music by MIKE CHAPMAN and HOLLY KNIGHT Moderate rock call you, I need you, my heart’s You come to me, come to me, il . w .7 iv. .. a b .0 e C 8 3 & 2 W. w Ii (1.) l ©1988 Mike Chapman Publishing Enterprises, Colgems-EMI Music Inc and Knighty Knight Music, USA Zomba Music Publishers Ltd, London NWl0 ZSG and Screen Gems EMI Music Ltd, London WC2H OEA
  14. 14. 3‘ h it T C t . ‘L C . .D 1% _ . . _, .. . . g = - (2.) Give me a I 8 __ . I __ 3 _ . ____ . . ____. . ____ , II (/ ( give me ev- ry-thing You’re sim-ply the best, __
  15. 15. tear US : be_ dead. ra-ther I would V” H S u 0 V. _ d T. 0 W . by ha I hang on ev-’ry / /(
  16. 16. I can feel your rhy-thm and my soul. __ walk-ing a - way_ with my heart_ S( 16 I : T . , — you’re my soul. when I’m a - lone. _ _ _ __ __ v1 _ . flu . , Y. Gadd2 Gsus-1 G Gsus4 Gadd2
  17. 17. 17 Gadd2 A. word- you say, __ = -232‘: to -. bet-ter than I hang on ev -’ry VERSE 2: Give me a lifetime of promises, and a world of dreams Speak the language of love like you know what it means Mm, and it can’t be wrong Take my heart and make it~strong babe. VERSE 3: In your heart, in the stars, every night and every day In your eyes I get lost, I get washed away Just as long as I'm here in your arms I could be in no better place.
  18. 18. ”‘ CRAZY FOR YOU Words and Music by RICHARD WERMERLING (J = 102) Cadd9/B Cadd9 xoo xoe G5 Am F C/ G xoo xx ©1992 Wamer Chappell Music Ltd, London WIY 3FA
  19. 19. coo “" _J ; In - tu - i - tion tells me what I’m miss - ing when I Ten , more_ pa - ges and your work is o - vet for an - look at__ you, so tell me__ hon - ey, am I -oth - er: day, well there just_ has_ to be some dream — ing, _ oi; do you feel it oth—er way_ for you to pay your__ way. ’Cause I feel that you. _ know, ah you’ve got me §l: H JJJ
  20. 20. do, G7 won’t_ j- and there’s — -_ me, _ ‘-12- where you want, G5 KOO XX just Y0“: Am xo 20 G/ B x on in your look by the I’m caught
  21. 21. 21 Am xo 0 G/ B x oo C5IG Fmaj7 X x int A5/G I Cadd9/B x o o % C x o 0 Am X0 Cadets X G 0 ITIC g0! ah you’ve that you_ know, feel
  22. 22. 22 G5 G5 A5/G xx xoo xx 7.5" r r ah you’ve got me just, just where you want_ me. _
  23. 23. C Am . 23 . I I I’m caught by the look_j__j_ in your eyes, and it’s §an: §: £r'__i'l and there’s no - thing that I won’t do, I’m caught by the ‘% 333-53 ‘I repeat to fade G / Bl! Am Fmaj7 xrpo *9 5 xx in G7 000 Tm , ——: _$ 0 I f —_j : look in your eyes. _. xx / % . P‘ A A I " I " .
  24. 24. 24 (EVERYTHING I DO) I DO IT FOR YOU yEN am an WIM mud mm Wm N n R B S C v. e v. m o t _ n i k 0 0 L . , 1 ( search your to you mean and when you ©1991 Almo Music Corp, Badams Music, Out Of Pocket Productions Ltd, Miracle Creek Music and Zachary Creek Music Rondor Music (London) Ltd, London SW6 4TW, Zomba Music Publishers Ltd, London NW 10 2SG and MCA Music Ltd, London W6 81A
  25. 25. not worth dy ev - ery-thing it’s more: love, you can’t You know it’s do it for_ you. could give
  26. 26. you’re there Oh you can’t there’s no - thin’
  27. 27. VERSE 2: Look into your heart You will find there’s nothin’ there to hide Take me as I am, take my life I would give it all, I would sacrifice. Don’t tell me it’s not worth fightin’ for I can’t help it, there’s nothin’ I want more You know it’s true. everything I do I do it for you.
  28. 28. FATHER FIGURE 28 Words and Music by GEORGE MICHAEL Alv2 AL2 That’s all Iwant -ed some-thing spe-cial, some-thing : . 2 ©1987 Morrison Leahy Music Ltd, London W2 IQD 1}
  29. 29. For just one mo-ment to be bold and er un-der - stand __ me. Some-times I think that you nev - May-be this time is for - ev
  30. 30. spe—cial, some-one some-thing .0 m u . I 6 d n . .u d . _.. e t m W u 0 y H ad ! S t m J 2 (W Abz to be warm and Some-times I think that you’ll nev - er S(
  31. 31. 31 We’d be hap - 61'. But something tells me to geth ___ . __ __ . ll‘/ , CHORUS preach - er ny hand in mine, l’d y - thing you have in mind, it would make
  32. 32. 32 have had e - nough of crime Bl>2 131:2 AL2 ert, I’ll be the sea, ber the ones who have If you were the des So when you re - mem
  33. 33. 3S laughed _ er they cared ev that - £5 Til‘ —II. .': i‘. '—" for that’s what I'll what-ev - er you asked Beau — ti — ful Dar L. .. - _. __ 5“ 2. ll‘/ (
  34. 34. ing me so. __ - ways tell- al Greet me with the eyes of a in your__ eyes_
  35. 35. of put your ti - ny hand in mine. I will be your fa—ther fig-ure, till the end__ love you be your fa—ther fig - ure, I am gon - na an- y—thing you have in mind, so be your preach—er, teach-er, I will I have had e-nough of crime,
  36. 36. will be your preach-er will be the one who loves you be your__ ) V. d _ d 3 d T. u 0 V. C b mi. 0 time. I will I will be your fa - ther VERSE 3: That’s all I wanted But sometimes love can be mistaken For a crime That’s all I wanted Just to see my baby’s blue eyes shine. This timel think that my lover understands me If we have faith in each other Then we can be strong baby
  37. 37. HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO LIVE WITHOUT YOU Words and Music by MICHAEL BOLTON and DOUG JAMES Moderately Icould hard-ly be-1ieve_ it I’m too proud for cry 79 1 / . ; heard the news- to - day, I had to come- and set _it straight- from you_- come here to__break-down. It’s just a dream of mine_ is com-mg to an end. - ©1983 EMI April Music Inc, Is Hot Music and EMI Blackwood Music Inc, USA EMI Songs Ltd, London WC2H DEA 37
  38. 38. 38 F/ El: Bl»/ D 0 flfl F/ C Bl: , fifl 0 —? -3 _ some- one’s when I They said you were leav - And how can I in‘, blame _ you swept your heart_ a -way. From the look up - on_ your face, I see it’s build my world- a-round the hope that one day we’d_ be so much more than I 3 EH. _ C/ E Fsus4 F/ Eb Dm7 B I7/D 0 0 o A o W — M? ’- ‘I_-—-—— - 'AC1_§W———_—I2—-: ::j— — 3‘ true. _ So tell me all a -bout it, tell me ‘bout the plans you’re mak- friends_ Now, I don’t wan—na know the price I’m gon-na pay for dream- tell me one thing more- be- fore I ev-en now it’s more- than I can take. __ go. __
  39. 39. D3117 B| >7sus4 B b7 Ebmaj7 F/ Eb Dm7 Gm7 . . / K / x 0 % wfi % H w W“ § *1? 3 “‘“l ““"‘T; £FE‘E*E5EA - How am I_ sup-posed- to live- with - out_ you and Cm7 B | >/D Ebmaj7 Fsus4 when all that I‘ve__. beenliv— in’ for- is I D'‘-1— ; 'A—E—' "
  40. 40. r’-in-‘"2, ——————— :51 . .‘. EI. la. .$j: j£i: 5 I : . = :_' , . . . L‘_l__ — —: 2 / T J I F : L/ C#m7 G$m7 B/ D9 C$m7 F#sus4 E/ F3 D$m7 : . : . flx$ . . your_ dream has come true. L ‘I — —— sir. : . = **r——*—i'-- - lag $53354 how am 1.. sup- posed- to live- with-out . ._ you now that I've been lov - in’ you_ so . '-"Z I ' -TEX o H —
  41. 41. sup- posed _ to live _ and how am I / A
  42. 42. 42 I WANT TO BREAK FREE Words and Music by JOHN DEACON 1. I WantTo Break I Want To Break Free. from your lies. You’re so love for the first time; and liv-ing with - out, liv~ing with-out, To Break Free - len in ’t get used to I've fal I can ©1984 Queen Music Ltd, London WC2H OEA
  43. 43. - len in ’t want to live a - I’ve fal I don this I know it’s for liv out you by my _ _ W7 B. mm 3% . n ma wool. God knows, I God knows, I’ve Got to make
  44. 44. be to Oh, how I want still goes love me like you do. _ Oh, how I want 3. But life m V. W W e m walk out that door. can’t get ov - er be sure whenl I to have Tjjar j : .._. T - u .1 . . 3
  45. 45. 45 Z’—"lI| .r. ja I .151 Z ". n“_ §_ So ba - by can’t you E — jjj——. ——-1:1j: _—. —1j jjjjjjj , _ _ (}( . .__, w . .u. S( to break on. 0 g W I Repeatfbrjhde ( vocal ad lib) k a N B I Want To
  46. 46. I’D DO ANYTHING FOR LOVE (BUT I WON’T DO THAT) Words and Music by JIM STEINMAN Moderately fast Slower, somewhat freely (Tempo II) And I would do Illllullnllllll @1993 Edward B Marks Music Co, USA Carlin Music Corp, London NW1 8BD
  47. 47. to M . lie at. I’ll nev - er But I’ll nev - er but I won’t do. _ th __ o__ ' . D
  48. 48. __ TM _. _ m. m,. m _ _ d. L e man . .. n.l% 0.1.. .. c _. _ . __ _. _ mhv. _4 0mm e den. .M . . mum M mif n . n.. su. l . . . .. o sms d wfmafl. nm. ._, _n. V. d. md 03$ _dCD. SSS W . .. n,uI 0 V. 996 mmm mmm
  49. 49. and and that’s all I’m qua] - 1 - fied_ No one else can ly, the one and on - ly y Z Li _ me. era but 1t’s I know you can There’s just one and r__ . ___ ___ __ zy, ly, I cra lone Some days Some nights are Some days those are the days_ that seen be — fore __ or Sex and Drums- and May - be I’m May-be I’m (Haftime feel)
  50. 50. As long as the plan - As long as the wheels. you bet-ter be-lieve_ you bet-ter be-lieve- Oh, I woulddo and you know it’s true and _ iiyj : __ ___. you. keep. as long as the stars__ as long as the fires_ . .. ___» . .. . H . , . . I. . ._ . H A, . .. . . . ,. . . _ 7 / , _. ,, . i. ,.L . .. _ 7 save me now_. but prom - ise I can ets are turn as long as your dreams- as long as your prayers that I would do that I would do 2.
  51. 51. 52 PURPLE RAIN Words and Music by PRINCE G1T}I‘7(addC) fl F El: (addF) nev-er meant 2 cause u ©1984 Controversy Music, USA Wamer Chappell Music Ltd, London W1Y 3FA
  52. 52. F E b(addF) -11-? - l I I nev - er meant2 cause u an - y pain. K5‘ - A —* 2- -v-Iv J - —— '4-I. ‘- II I ll ll Gm7(adclC) I on - ly want-ed 2 one time see u 1augh—ing. I , F‘ 7. T — 1 T rstxljujj # C‘ ¥ ¥ gs: -' ‘. F Bl: on -ly want to see u laugh-ing in the pur - ple_ rain. Pur- ple rain, 63
  53. 53. 64 Gm7(addC) x % Pur — ple rain, pur - ple rain. _ I r5=F' : F L 5 : Gi‘-l----I-IIIII------n-------—————- E = ==E ' ““"'-I-iii: on — ly want-ed 2 see u bath - ing in the pur - ple_. . EIE! 3 '5-. -' ' ‘T _. - = _1 H; -. . .__—. —_. __—_ 9 2-1211‘ I on — ly want-ed 2 be some kind_of friend. _ ‘ F‘ A _: ____ . ',: '.‘= " - . ..= : E- E j _. - = ='E= i l —-C1-;11j 'X-—‘—‘—*1
  54. 54. Eb(addF) Bbsus2 65 fl” @ 3 A b I F [N 7 V H _ Ii - o V. " J; —- 1-——— .3 —-—-—I -- :11‘: _ Ba by I could nev - er steal u_ from an—oth cr = ——»— SEE; ,_uEe, l l3 Gm7(addC) F It’s such a shame our :1 1 . L. F E|7(addF) 4% friend-ship had 2__ end. Pur - ple rain, pur— ple rain. _
  55. 55. 66 Gm7(addC) F x fir? @ Pur - ple rain, pur - ple rain. _ @ fl 3 f T3 0 _. , P 4’ , p L - Hon—ey, I know, I know, _I know times r Chang - ing, _ / - Gm7(addC) F X r. w @ -_= — 9 ' b - l(. . ‘ - J IV‘ 9 It’s time we all reach out 4 some-thing new. _ -—-—: ——'| — —————j———: ;. l, _ _ “p 9 3 "‘ A —-! —= —— -— ‘Z W;
  56. 56. Eb(addF) Bbsus2 _, u can’t seem 2 make up your mind. __ I think u bet - ter close it, I . » :3. 7« as $4 and let me guide u__ 0 0 Bl: Eb(addF) 3ft. @ Efl , _ ii at ' i fr '13 3 ‘ _l Pur-ple rain, pur - ple rain. _ . _r1’mLa'* ' *7 $13 " (1 Bl2sus2 Gm7(addC) x "K Pf; -!L_E%'i Pur—ple rain, pur— ple rain. _
  57. 57. éév jg; I on-ly want 2 see u, on-ly want 2 see in the pur-ple rain. - 9 I ' I: 1 — -j : |r. . “V I F . A A _. _ __ m _ , e ‘ I /3‘ A fh A : . 75‘ "" . '- -— E J, I I J
  58. 58. 69 STAND BY ME Words and Music by BEN E KING, JERRY LEIBER and MIKE STOLLER Moderate ____E m_ . . No I won’t be a-fraid, No as you stand, stand by me So, dar—ling, dar-ling ©l961 Lciber-Stoller Songs Inc, USA Warner Chappell Music Ltd, London WIY 3FA ‘
  59. 59. 70 Should tumble and fall that we look up - on moun - tain
  60. 60. 71 _" SI “M I ll Whenthe stand by me. e. m Y b d M stand by me , SI
  61. 61. 72 TAKE IT TO THE LIMIT Words and Music by RANDY MEISNER, DON HENLEY and GLENN FREY have all your who might have to- You know We And when ou‘re and the bright lights you can spend ’bout a wom-an fell to piec-es 3 05 n _. _. k am im”. m ma n Mn w mak- ing mon . —.r-. J M end at the all your time Moderately slow (J1 ©1975 Benchmark Music and Kicking Bear Music, USA Warner Chappell Music Ltd, London W1Y 3FA
  62. 62. 73 run-mng ’round), . and it's so_ hard seems to care), __ and you can't. find dreams- ‘s noth and burn-ing out you're run -ning back, the but when there -‘ g back, down); an - y - where), . turn-ing out in life 3 ou’re com 3—. set - tle keep on still y I: [II V. . yd mm m. mm s( ( a dream-er for your free - dom: - ing back al - ways been look - ing tum-ing out com
  63. 63. 74 3 F‘-3—l Repeat and fade = -Eij to the lm - it take it jr £13,5- r-3—I ___
  64. 64. 75 THREE TIMES A LADY Words and Music by LIONEL RICHIE Moderately J =76 en me. .—— my pains. _ ugv Joys. my w. m V. t. m f. for the ©1978 Jobete Music Co Inc and Libren Music, USA Jobele Music (UK) Ltd, London WC 21-I OEA
  65. 65. 76 rain - bow, gnin_ dear, You‘ re once, M e M w. s 1. 2. three times _
  66. 66. 77 8. times _ 8 e F. m
  67. 67. D‘: - ‘ ) D. S. al C0da$ i
  68. 68. 79 ______——-I sax----—------~""“"" m D. S m a au u .6000. rhhynvme eSV. e hflmmdk the O3 mfimhmm wctm .5 era . m.m r4¢uo. %u yum a ou myyom Wmvrhys OVCl. v mm em am e httle hefimom Mmw .1
  69. 69. 8° VOGUE Words and Music by MADONNA CICCONE and SHEP PETTIBONE Moderate dance beat Ab7sus4 . T '41?‘-M Iln“I- ‘I K I T ‘ ‘ . fl'. Il— I la. ’- K "—: — C I n V I I . |‘r‘. . 9 v ‘ s u . ‘ 7 d3 : :2,-. ..—. ._M'. .I-——. -;. '- _. §J: ‘—I. iMI. MMM'Z-f—Z j- I 1‘- j- jtvj jjxngv-— MMMZITC MMFMIETKZ El77sus4 A55 % $4!" Jjj Q 7 *% What you look-in’ at? _ Vogue, Vogue, Vogue. ©1990 Webo Girl Publishing Inc, Blue Disque Music, Lexor Music and WB Music Corp, USA Wamer Chappell Music Ltd. London WIY 3FA
  70. 70. :«r.7f! fl«’. V». 81 I ' _ -vnmnr: t I. '. n 1.-yuan‘ 4fr. No chord Look a - round, All you need ev - ’ry-whereyou tum is heart-ache, IS it’s ev -’ry - where that you go. _. your own im - ag - i - na - tion, so use it, that’s what it’s for. _ ev - 'ry-thing you can to for your fin « est in - spir— a es - cape tion;
  71. 71. 82 E l>7sus4/Ab X pain of life that you know. _ When all_ else fails, _ and you your dreams will 0 - pen the door. _ It makes- no diff -’rence if you’re l . -'_I_—: :—M_. T'-lM_‘-—M _M]‘—I. —_—. ;—‘-Ij‘— — I23: ‘:1-j -ev-jg-: ::: II— MZTM? . . _ Al7(addBlw) some-thing bet - ter then you are if you’re a to - day. _ boy or a girl. _. Al>(addB|7) X @ know a place where you can get a - way, - it's called a dance floor and here’s what- mu-sic’s pump -in’, it will give you new life. _ You’re a su—per star, yes, that’s what- 4&3} Abm7 Gbmaj7 Fl: Elam Abm7 Gbmaj7 Fla Elvm L 0 oo / -6fi‘ 4 0 no 6 3 , W W W mwfl ~53: E E for, _ so are, _ you know it : Come on, Vogue, _ let you bod-y
  72. 72. 83 Abm7 Glzmaj7 Fl: Elam Al7m7 Gl; maj7 Fb El>m Abm7 Glvmaj7 Fl: Elam I. I flew fleflfl flsfitw fit -: ]Il-, 'I “ ‘ : —lI - n 5 . = ' " ' '1 — . T 9/ “Z 1 lgigg/ ; to the mu - sic, hey, hey, _ hey. Come on, Vogue, _ I l , 1 ' ‘-2,, I I V’, I1 ,7 """ , ____. .. __, T.__, .,__ To Ca$-I Abm7 Gbmaj7 Fla Elzm Alam7 Gbmaj7 Fl: El>ml' Al2m7 Gl; maj7 Fl: Elam l 4 0 00 / T4 0 00 / -“L 4 0 00 6 flfnflfl @ flaw % W @m%% _ . ,‘ . ‘ . ‘ — 3. 9,. let you bod-y go_ with the flow, _ you_ know you_ can do it. it, “/1 gj Jjl grind- it. Soul is in the_ / bump and
  73. 73. 84 E lI7sus4 7 5M. M . "1-: ‘K'l—I I II I I — Ila‘-I-'. T'— — _. —— LUV ' —— }‘M———u: - / gz mu- SIC al, __ that’s. .. where I feel so beau - ti — fu1,_
  74. 74. Go _. _. with the M 3-I-7i_| j——: —— j.5—-. ':—IJ-—_—- : .l— .7?—'_-- ' c on the cover of a magazine. Grace Kelly, Harlow, Jean: picture of a beauty queen. Alam7 Glamaj7 Fla Elam o oo 4 6 flaw W fin. Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rodgers dance on air. They had style, they had grace, r
  75. 75. 86 Alam7 Glamaj7 Fla Elam Alam7 Glamaj7 Fla Elam Alam7 Glamaj7 Fla $3-fifi mmweeia W ewbia ah. Rita Hayworth gave good face. Lauren, Katherine, Lana too, Bette Davis; we love you. Alam7 Glamaj7 Fla Elam Alam7 Glamaj7 Fla Elam Alam7 Glamaj7 Fla Elam 4 o 00 r “L 4 0 oo 6 4 0 oo 6 «nfl W fl mm % m% E Ladies with an attitude, fellas that were in the mood. Don’t just stand there, let's get to it. . 7 ' : 9/ ° V ‘< -1 A| am7 G| amaj7 Fla Ebm Alam7 Gbmaj7 Fla Elam Alam7 Glamaj7 Fla Elam 4 o oo 6 4 o oo 6“. 4 o oo 6 Wm «flw mmm l - ‘M Q; Strike a pose, there’s no thing to it. Vogue. Vogue. l : I I Z V Alam7 Gl>maj7 Fla Elam Alam7 Gbmaj7 Fla Elam Abm7 Glamaj7 Fla Elam 4 0 00 / -T6“. 0 00 6 4 O 00 6 ifl % W % W . @ fl
  76. 76. Abm7 Gbmaj7 Fb Ebm Al>m7 Gbmaj7 Fl: A/ bfl Gbmaj7o Flvoo Ebm Abm7 Gbmaj7 0 F500 Abm7 Gbmaj7 W3-fifl flaw W a@a@éa. % $7 JN you’ve got to let your bod-y go__ M JaJ'§J§L Abm7 G| :maj7 Fb Ebm Abm7 Gbmaj7 Fla Elam A|7m7 Gbmaj7 Fla Elam 4 o oo 6 4 o 00 xx“! ‘ 0 oo 6 fimw @. @«x-%% W fimfl % I I I V ' 7 ‘ f—a-‘ . '. ’avA. '—= _-'-': 0 4- Q '9 _j with the flow. _ Oh, you’ve got to: - ~ E~ = 5-‘ - 5" . n 5. E1“ . ' ' . u ; I9 ‘ V «J I a I 9:’! q_ I I j——-. _—'—‘_| __j: --; ‘_ J2! gr ' -— -1 ' -% T , 5-%= £'% H J: ..: .£ Vogue, Vogue, Vogue, Vogue, Vogue, Vogue, Vogue, Vogue. 87
  77. 77. 38 WE HAVE ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD Words by HAL DAVID Music by JOHN BARRY Moderately . . __ L = __ . . 3 = = J v: Em Time e—nough for c#m7 In The World, All We Have 9 V 0 I. S 8 n m m. 0 .1 C _ all the pre c$tm7 If that’s all we jjn-Z C Tl-jjnjjnfi ©1969 United Artists Music Co Inc. USA Worldwide print rights controlled by Wamer Bros Publications Inc/ IMP Ltd
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  87. 87. 7 SECONDS 97 Words and Music by CAMERON MCVEY, NENEH CHERRY, JONATHAN SHARP and YOUSSOU N’DOUR Film Fltm/ E Film/ o Film Film/ E Film/ Dlt Film/ D E E E E E TE Bul ma seen bul ma diiss ma_ di re_. nga fook ni mann xa-mu ma__ 1i nee ka thi Fllm/ Dlt Film/ D Film Film/ E Film/ D3 Fltm/ D @ E ‘E Ba-gu-ma___ ku ma xool daal di ne yaaw Li nee—ka thi yaaw mo ©1994 EMI Virgin Music Ltd and EMI Music Publishing Ltd, London WC2H OEA, Copyright Control
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  94. 94. OTHER TITLES AVAILABLE IN THIS SERIES ______c9Z2________ AI. I. TIME BEST z VOI. UME ONE Baker Street Hotel California Bohemian Rhapsody I Just Called To Say I Love You Boys of Summer Imagine Careless Whisper I Will Always Love You Crazy For You Rhythm Is A Dancer Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me Sacrifice Don’t You Forget About Me Stairway To Heaven End Of The Road Stars Heal The World Sweet Child O’ Mine Holding Back The Years These Are The Days Of Our Lives Ref? 18683 _______<9"/2_______ ALL TIME BEST VOLUME TWO Always On My Mind Leader Of The Pack Candle In The Wind The Most Beautiful Girl In The World A Different Corner Music Drive Nights In White Satin Easy The Power Of Love Endless Love Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay Eternal Flame Somebody To Love Hi Ho Silver Lining When A Man Loves A Woman (I Can’t Help) Falling In Love With You A Whiter Shade Of Pale I Heard It Through The Grapevine Without You Ref: 2660A PLEASE SEE YOUR LOCAL MUSIC SHOP FOR MORE DETAILS

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