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Fingerpicking pop guitar 15 songs

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Fingerpicking pop guitar 15 songs

  1. 1. FINGERPICKING dOd 9N| )|OIdH39N| :| 1] SONGS ARRANGED FOR SOLO GUITAR IN STANDARD NOTATION 8: TABLATURE avun-3 O'| OS ~~: . 1 Lb ' HAL’ LEONARD“
  2. 2. FINGERPICKING ISBN III-E3ll-D5535-ll For all works contained herein: Unauthorized copying. arranging, adapting, recording or public performance is an infringement of copyright. lnlringers are liable under the law. Visit Hal Leonard Online at www. hal| eonard. com This publication is not for sale in the EU. I'| AL°LEONARD° ficoa-PoRA'r| oN 7777 W. BLuIuovnn R5. 110.39: IOOII mulnlulle. VII $82!!
  3. 3. FHN@ERPH@lKUNC% INTRODUCTION TO FINGERSTYLE GUITAR 4 , CAN You FEEL THE LOVE TONIGHT 5 DON’T KNOW WHY 8 ‘ ENDLESS LOVE 14 EVERY BREATH You TAKE 22 ‘ g I’LL BE 17 IMAGINE 26 LEADER OF THE BAND 30 LET IT BE 38 MY CHERIE AMOUR 35 MY HEART WILL GO ON (LOVE THEME FROM ‘TITANIc’) 42 PIANO MAN 50 SORRY SEEMS TO BE THE HARDEST WORD 54 STAND BY ME 47 WE’VE ONLY JUST BEGUN 58 WONDERFUL TONIGHT 6|
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION TO FINGERSTYLE GUITAR Obtained. Scanned. Edited. Packaged in Posted First to avaxhomexva by sKurt Fingerstyle (a. k.a. fingerpicking) is a guitar technique that means you literally pick the strings with your right-hand fingers and thumb. This contrasts with the conventional technique of strumming and playing single notes with a pick (a. k.a. flatpicking). For fingerpicking, you can use any type of guitar: acoustic steel-string, nylon-string classical, or electric. THE RIGHT HAND The most common right-hand position is shown here. Use a high wrist; arch your palm as if you were holding a ping-pong ball. Keep the thumb outside and away from the fingers, and let the fingers do the work rather than lifting your whole hand. The thumb generally plucks the bottom strings with downstrokes on the left side of the thumb and thumbnail. The other fingers pluck the higher strings using upstrokes with the fleshy tip of the fingers and fingernails. The thumb and fingers should pluck one string per stroke and not brush over several strings. Another picking option you may choose to use is called hybrid picking (a. k.a. plectrum-style fingerpicking). Here, the pick is usually held between the thumb and first finger, and the three remaining fingers are assigned to pluck the higher strings. THE LEFT HAND ,2 The left-hand fingers are numbered 7/'3 1 through 4. Be sure to keep your fingers arched, with 4 , I each joint bent; if they flatten out across - I _ the strings, they will deaden the sound ‘ / when you fingerpick. As a general rule, let the strings ring as long as possible when playing fingerstyle.
  5. 5. Can You Feel the Love Tonight from Walt Disney Pictures’ THE LION KING Obtained. Scanned. Edited. Packaged & Posted First to aVaxhome. wx by IKurt Music by Elton John Lyrics by Tim Rice © 1994 Wonderland Music Company. Inc All Rights Reserved Used by Permission Verse Slriuly F C F C I (‘NE 3 , 1 L’ I L_. I . . I . ' 5 I ‘ '3 I I _ 1 ' I 2 J 9 . ' : : ‘ y ' . ' : ‘ ‘ " ‘ ; ‘ L I. There's xi eziliii stir — reii — tler in the rush til‘ 1l; i_ hen the Ilcztl lit‘ the roll - ing uurld I. 'I‘hei‘e‘s ; l time liii L‘-I'v-(lIIL' it‘ the_ UII - | _ IL“. Ifll IIILII the Iiiist-in; L. i-lei - (. IU—Cl)pL‘ - ' ' rt‘ I. ; ‘ T. ’ ‘ '5' I ' I. ‘ , ‘ 1 54.’ at : ' I 1, « . L I: ls. t O, 4- ’ 4- o- ‘C a a ‘F — 8 1 3 1 ti 1— a 1 tr —1— 1—++ — A 2 9 2 0' 2' *3 3 2 3 3 2 B 3 3 3 Din (i I" C I C , . g ’ . ' 9' . ' 39 I I 3 Tr . * 7 '. _ I 1' 7 I . * 5 I ,1 ’ V c; iIi he ttiriietl ; i — ‘. l_. .-n on ~ CIILIIII ~ etl mu — ment. and it sees me tltrntigh. iiiuies us ‘. III in tum. There's ti i'h_mi: .Ind l'L“. l ~ suit In the mid iitit~dutirs _———: .: (°"w"af ; I*T, .7i; L%; 5 %-, :_7i, ; I; I Q : '. 9 ‘T ‘T if ‘T 7 : T? T’ : ‘T T Q ' — an on 4- :7‘ 1 0 9 3 3 '3 1 —3 1 0 1 3 1 9 II 2 0 9' 3 '2' '3' 7 — —a— 3 er 3 Chorus I’ Am"! Diti (i C (i/ B —¢-I --—-— -A t T. " . ’ I. ' ' 1 . ' I , 1; , .: . L‘ : 7'; 9- ' aa: .:_—-’ "‘o’I: —~: .~: r‘ " :27“ Q. It's e — Iiiitigli Iiir this rest — less Lll’ - rt — or just Iii he uith _iiti. I . . . . And can _oIi tci: IL the Ioi: L uheii the Iie. ii't «it this st. ii'—ei’iissed u_ -; i;_'~ci' hcaits in time uith }iitirs. l A A A _. —-n ‘T--— j 1 8) ' I‘ 7?. J’ 5 " ‘ . I’; 1 E; 1 5 P‘? : T7 "EEK ‘I ‘I 5 ' ' , ' fr 5 : ’; .' ‘ ; '" : ‘L? Q, 3 2; _-a 1-, 3 0 1 0 G 3 3 '3 3' '0 1 1 1 *3 3 3 ' " 2 0 0 9 '9 8' “k 3 0 3 B *3’ 2 3L L
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  8. 8. Don’t Know Why Words and Music by Jesse Harris Obtained. Scanned. Edited. Packaged I: Posted First to avaxhommws by sKurt Intro _l0deraIel_' X ‘_ (iII1;1_i" (i" (' B7 Em” A7 D7'xu~4 - - - _ ‘ :92 1 a I : . I: x [ n I f . 3 40. Jr . .. ‘. . , 4: (to); :9 E’. “'? I‘o"dg' '"“: ::'l o‘‘'‘: :’ 23*"? ! 1-. ” . o‘ 9' ' __. . ' __' :4» 1-, » —_- ; " ’ 7' -—l"‘f ’ 3 1 3 0 D 3 | T 0 3 0 4 9 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 IA 0 0 D 0 0 9 2 0 0 33 2 0 B D I Verse (in. u' (F ('ll]. l_]- B+ Em" . -‘ ; : .0 ~ *. T T A , M» '~ I. ---- . » mm ml nll I ~.1 lhc um. I don't 1nu h_ , I / A 5 W ; , , ‘ 9-" , i : : ' o| |= -4?‘-2--T 1-'l‘a"-‘Io’ . -- _ , "— ~]: , ; a __ 0 :1 ‘ :7 -4 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 ' 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 2 2 0 3 3 2 D I)‘~u-1 (: (nnuj' (F C1nuj' Bo / A2 ""' , ” T i(’ 0 0 ' ' o ' ~' 9 o o 6 - : i =9 - « F i V 2 ~ — I - o '0 '_—-5"" An! — n'l wine I | ¢I1 _x-u I‘) the hnuxc nl tun. ‘ f —-—- A . ' "_ ', _ €61-" Aa-I‘ = '.-'1': -*-*_. a'| , J 1;, I : ; , , 7 ,0 ' 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 I 5 0 0 0 0 9 1 0 g 3 2 3 3 Cooyngm «, 2002 Sony ATV Songs LLC ans Beanly Songs AH Rxghts Adrmn stered Dy S0v‘y ATV Musxc Publwsh mg. 8 Musvc Square West NashvwHe TN 37203 lr1temahonaC0py'| ghISeCureO Au Rgms Reserved
  9. 9. E7 A7 D7su-I (i E1117 . ‘ S : "—: , ,,'; , , ' , ,'_,1,_. o , ’ ,2 I 0 ' 0 , , , , , I 7‘ 1 ' 0,0 , 0 Q) ‘g_/ _/ I dun‘! knou h_ I did — n'1 come. I «lun'1 knuu h_ _ , I —t— ; "'___: _ : ~ . * ~ —g, -E We‘ I 5 1 ' g_, , o‘ , &I :3! ' - —i—-* , , 3' ; E 3 1’ 0 n 0 ’ +' B 2 * * 4} 2 2 0 2 0 0 D 0 D 2 3' 0 Verse D'7~u. x-I (i (i1m1j7’ (97 CInu_i7 B+ K’; o 3 "o ' ‘A’ 0 0 Io : , Q a 9 , : : ' I , r, O — — «lid ~ n't cnmc. 2. Whcn I ~1 _j xhc break of ml x ' f . , —-—-- 1-. ________. .-—- or . . . . 9 O 9 . . . Q I 0 _o . - 5 : 0 ‘A 0 I 0 ' ' ' o 9/, I ‘ __ U U _; 0 , 7 :0 37 ‘I’ 2 0 0 I 3 3 o 0 I 0 a 2 0 D ' 0 0 D D 0 D 0 I 1 I W 3 2 3 3' " ' ' E1117 3.7‘ D7~u4 (1 (imuj7 (:7 I : —~—: v . o , .-. . IQ_. "_~——”o‘o‘ o‘_Ia-9 3 I7- -- 'TAI O &_/ —u—— I uixhcxl that I could 11_ A 2 Klczul nf knccl ~ ing III I / I e , -1. 7 T ' “"'—————- Io". va . ..| v-‘- é. i I " . -“ - Q ’ __ C _‘ C o _ 1 I "9 31 1 ! 1 2 I 0 D ' 3 3 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 U ' D I 2 0 0 0 u ; 0 '. 3 I 3 (‘muj7 B+ E1117 . —7’ D7u-I (1 ; Kr 5‘ , N : : : 7 ' 0 {Q T ‘r, 3 Ia" 0-0 0 Io‘-o<. io— ,2 I 9 -4 g/ . m. ~ ml c. uch»: n;_v lur LIl‘Up in m_ _ h; md. _ . I_ : . o -T »*o'“"T L I . , I _' o .0 7' o 1 : ' o ; ' O 0 O : a 0 4 _’ _ I I 0 2 0 0 0 P‘ 0 0 D 9 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 ; 1 2 2 2 0 ' 3 2 0 ‘ 0 3
  10. 10. Bridge 3"‘ o 01:? ‘ D I J I 3 ‘. I ¥ I drenched _ in wine. __———""—' ___. —I—-'—_ —I—'‘ :3 3. 'I-I’ ' '-+o ---—' 0 ~r: ._ ' ' ' _ T‘ I :1 I I‘ #1 — 4 o 1' W 2 % 2 8 3 3 3 1 9 B 2 1} 9 O 0 B * fl B Em7 A7 _ ~ 1 ‘‘0_ o 0 E0: % r 5 I 5’ I . _ I but you‘ll __ on my ' 1 1 ' . . 1 ‘M -- -- I-**' I I —* _ _. _. _. —— —— 0- o ‘I’ ‘D’ 1“ '3’* +**Ira* *5} 2 — 1} 0 B B ' W - ~ — W -- e a 9 0 Verse gm: D/ C G/ B D/ A Gmaj7 G7 ‘ . 5 ' o + "i 5 '— ; l o__ _ 1__, ,l 4‘ ___ mind for - er - er. _ 3.Ou1 : .-cross the end- in . _. ’-7.5.. -—--'; ———, I. '~ . »1 U 3,. r ' "'—u ' U I U 17 3 10
  11. 11. Cmaj7 B+ Em7 A7 D7sus4 G , jj _ , 4;- . '-6, : j7,a. .J‘, J1;. lg :1 1” l - less sea. I would die in ct. sla ~ sy. {K '-J—— J'—_lsa‘z-+«+‘lav+' ol 3, . ' fir i U l _. 1 3" 42 N he 0 — 3-C 9 1 g 9 0 0 9 2 9 0 0 2 0 — — 7 1 - ' *’ * ' 9 0 3 2 7 9 " " E‘ 3 G7 Cmaj7 B+ Em7 A7 But I'll be 1 b1g. __. of bones drn mg down lhs. road- T: ' J ' ' 0 0 J 1 3 O —— J 0 1 5 1 :4 7 #- ‘ T + " ; ' 3 & 3 8 0 0 -- ~~~$ 3 ' —— ~ ~—— —+~a V —u -—— 2 a 9 9 1 2 2 3 V2 _7 7 fl Bridge (1 Em7 A7 (T * ' _ . ' , 0 9 J"! 1-, «9 ~ «L l7 5- W 2% — ~? ¥,s~ ’ J a - lone. My heart I drenched- m C ' > ‘V _ - : - ; ‘ ' : . 3" ” 3 7 9 3 3" ’ %* ' 2* 0 9 9" B 2 3 —a——~ Ewe — — —- —a — ~ -—— -—+— —— ~— 0 9 a n — — —— — —A— — — ~ ~ — 11
  12. 12. D D7 Em7 A U- ‘U’ o 3 3 5 njxjjj “ l’ -9 0 0 0 — G- A7 D A ' A 1 -‘--j-- j— mjj -1': rs! !—: _j: !j—_ jg _ my mind for - ev — er __ -I 5‘ b . 3 I Interlude Gmaj7 G7 C B7 Em7 A7 D7sus4 I-H -—— — 3' f I ‘I ' " IITE I I. .. I .1 LV'- I--Zn--22‘ lIe%. 'aEzara: .== .'-zllfi-*r'_-arse‘; 1'0‘ 0 Oulro-Verse Gmaj7 G7 Cmaj7 B+ Em7 A7 _I : - j . _ . ..z—1$ . _, _a v Some-thing has_ to make_ you run. _ I don’! know whyj I '.3 ID ‘ ——— ——. __. ..-a— :1 __ U A -—'—2 -"‘_ —2 —--' I (9, if? £ O 12
  13. 13. I feel 'I emp Iy as .1 drum A ‘J? ’ " rig? -"fl": ' I 0 0 9 I , ,_. E I 1 _¢ #_J_ I ; : ; _4__I_I * '-I — — 2 r% 0 3 3 9 0 -0- -? 0 fi—*9 $ ‘9 F A — — 3 — — 2 3 3 — — — Em7 A7 D7sus4 G Em7 A7 A 14:! 4__1 4 Ga Q Arc of _o "l_9 __ 4 I. /—a —'~ ‘ I don't know whyj I did - n‘: come. I don‘! know why I g A f__fi/ ' 7 J ' ‘L o———J I " 4' _—-1"‘; V I 0 i 5' I 4'- ' st ’ ’ -r ‘I sl 7 42 »-«—+ A — - A- 3 —4V 2 I? 4}" & 2 ' ' 49* -9- -% ‘0—*0 ,9. _, fl '" -' n * ‘G- ’ 3 Dsus4 G Em7 A7 D7sus4 G T /3 ‘FE. ’ ‘" _. _ I—‘' ’ ’ I , ,, 0 ' —+'—— A P I 3 I , A 1' 5‘ 5 al I 0 ‘l 9' d H ' I—: —?_I 7 ' — n‘! c0me. _ I don't know why_ I did - n'I come. f? I1?? ? J I I ’ aL . 7 i A I ' 7 JP NE" ”_ ‘, .,, * 0 , + 9 2‘ l_ — 13° 2—A— — o — A (*2 9 § : kl +- 13
  14. 14. Endless Love Words and Music by Lionel Richie Obtained. Scanned. Edited. Packaged & Posted First to avaxhommws by sKurt Verse Slow Ballad A _ D I; A 3* ,3 _/3: éA3«, ;~A~ZAII A. » . _~5 I - . .- . ' I ? - . oAA—rr'—. +; AAq l4 . I_ IlIC‘ lhcrck nn - l_ _uu in m_ liI'c. - 3 SH’ iidrliliuliril / 'rir . ,- = . A . vi “: 'é? ”’—'—Aifi 1 [.3 3 ' 3 ' ' 3 ' -——"'—"' ’ ,9, , ,_‘ , ,, ,, T 2 2 2 2 3 2 3% + 33323 % A at 2 2— 2 3 + —+ g 0 0 19 A3 4 E A _ , ,. _ _: ., , =' 3 2: .63 9 . o .7 j' g-“.5 ‘i 3? *-7A’T“: the on - l_ thing ih; il'~ righi. , ‘1' Iir. xi_ | u'e. , J fg ; :#—; *:“ —: : 1." _, .,, ‘I, I I 3'_I ’ '1 I, .a I. .T. ,,, I — __ J ' __ ‘ __ io 0 0' _ 0 a __ _ io — — at -o~ -0- 4- ~a~ -0- 7 7' +3 39’ G + 3 2AA 1 2 2 2 9 2 B 2’ 32* % 2* 3% 9 G *3 D E Z‘ 0 ' 5' o , 3 o 3 . , : ‘ , / _' ': ._ ’ I 3: 2 else 7," My I hrcuih that I ldlxt. Ynu'rc c‘ r 7 7 7 TI-A ’ 7 _1' ‘W , . . 774* 7/ 4 _ __ ' I a : ‘:_. ’ + a I +, —; A 1 4: ’i l 33 3f" : ’: '7 7' *9 d '3 0 3 3 ’ * %% ’ 3 '2 1 9 9 0 ‘I3 9- 2 7 9 1} Copyright © 1981 by PGP Music and Brockman Music All Rights Administered by Intersong U. S.A. . Inc. 14 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  15. 15. A E/ G2? D - "-fixvflj n 3 u': ‘.. —£I%. %jn%’jj: — my 7 step I make. - And I —"-Em: jj -—— jfl la. “ kj-jj """-1' ———--- l: n-nI'lrlli-'-'- '. '.->- jllj-: -.= --3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 _ 2- 2 2 2 2 . 4 D/ E E A E Ffim c#m7 D o "'3 ifl ‘ F. " 5'! %'—XXI-’ ’ 4. 9r— I '1‘) ‘— KW’ —— I want to share all my love__. j with you. "'3 "-1 men 4 7* 4 ' ' ' ' ' 1 -. <== -—- :2-5:32 5IIII''--'-''--'' -- Ii — 4 ""1"""_"" _ - 4 D/ E E A A7 ’ -Q -‘- f‘ / -s ‘ -=23“: - fl§3 No one else will- do. And your eyes. _ 2 “ -1: Z1 Z2; . all IE‘! -FE-l—, =$_. T 2 3‘ 3 o cm 15
  16. 16. f t It “ ‘.9 4 "' 1, you care. OhT 4-‘: 34$ 7+ ‘Z J-, _,, ; 1 ‘ +0 ‘ 11’ ‘i“"“l-, ‘T i ‘_ -j-— 1.1 __ ‘P rig: ;' $ $ 7 7 7 45 4 E ’*‘5‘-‘9- *TG——”%’ — & * 1h Bm7 D/ E , tj3j| /' ‘f. 7 o -0 i i go 40- ~ ways be my_ end-less Azltlitimml L_'ri¢z‘ 2. Two hearts. two hearts that beat as one. Our lives have just begun. Forever I'll hold you close in my arms. I can‘t resist your charm. And love. I'll be a fool for you. I'm sure. You know I don't mind. ‘Cause you. you mean the world to me. Oh yes. I've found in you my endless love. 16
  17. 17. I’ll Be Words and Music by Edwin McCain Obtained. Scanned. Edited. Packaged 3- Posted First to avaxhome. ws by sKurt Intro Moderately Fsusl . ._J_ I L = lI 3 1 ~4 2|! I The C C C C ’ 7 L” I ’ ' if f‘ 3 I . ' . ; ", 41,; : ' I " 4 -4 Z 71 1 + — 1 1 4% 3" ' 4} 9 9' ‘B- 3 3' ’3 ’% ’ '3’ s s *3 Verse C F Fmaj7 C ' , ’Z ‘ . *' T‘ "c; , ‘:5 1' I’''I' I F‘ A , . '* _A_1, , , . . . . . . . . . . . 11 --. r- . ' -*”. , . 4 _. a I . . 1. _-_.4ufi_-j. . 4 . . _. , _A_ .27.? 7. L _ _ . 7 , strands in your C_'C. that en - Ior them, on-dcr-ful_ stop me, ind steal my_ rain falls an - gr) on the tin roof six? “I: lie, I mike in my fl: 4"; , , ' 7’ TT if: i" 3"‘: i org: 4 4 A I. . . . ~O- -0- ‘j 4% +4? _ 1 1 , , — — 2 —— —a -3 F Fm; tj7 4 I, , , ', . 4 .1 7, as 9 777+ _ {L i’ L: 3 f I; 1 :3; ' And cm - ‘raltls from moun - tuins thrust towards the sky. , And _'ou‘rc m_ sur i val. you‘rc m_ Ii‘ ~ ing proof, m_ d F’? +4 9.: 11: it ; 1%*f? %*= —¥3 : 4 0 —~—r —~ ~ —~ ~ 0 - — —~—— — — I 4- . 7 4 ' 7 H7 . <0 4% 1 {F ' ’ ”’ 3 1 E? + *' T + *0‘ E’ s s —' + - 2 -2 - — 2 2 2 — 3 — + — + e— — ©1997 EMI APRIL MUSIC INC. and HARRINGTON PUBLISHING All Rights Controlled and Administered by EMI APRIL MUSIC INC All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured Used by PQNTIISSIOH 17
  18. 18. C G/ B F/ A C G V‘ . A . _ Inn: 55311? ' : '_ . 3' ' : I nev - er re - veal - ing their- depth. _ l love is a — live and not_ dead: I A“ “um me ma‘ / / -. -4 I - 4%’ _. a C M we be- long- to - geth - er. Dress it up with the trap-pings- of love. I'll 0 -M Z " P A L : L . .«I; r;*1rJLr 2H «I 1 l 1*-3- 3 3 2 2 0 3 B C G F/ A G C '-P T P 7 ’- ' J ' . 7 w "5: . r I ‘ l I L V be cap — ti - vat - ed. I'll hang_ from your lips in- stead of_ the_ gal-lows of G F/ A Gsus4 G l'fir7Ji+'ri; k'f"‘lF': F; F? * 3 I hean-ache- that hang from a - bove. 18
  19. 19. C C T’ «Ci C “‘ C‘ if C'C I‘ ’ _ C C C _. .- ‘C « I: J - Z . . C C1 T I i I be your cry In shoul -dcr. hg Ion: s'u - i — cidc. T 3- J: -C‘. , ; 1- ,5 L“, ,_ 3 ' *: C_ gal I , - ir t‘‘- _17_ . _ _. ._ _ * fl 4*” , - : :Li' jar C"C 0 ii : _ C _-,1 J: ;,: ’i; '1 “" ‘U + .4 +-—+c -, J’ _ 1H7 2 1 1 3 F % 3 F 3- 3- 1 3 - -9- -2- -0- 2 - - E - -- - -3- -3- % - -2 2 - if - 2 4 _ C , I I_, ._‘ 7 7 V, 7 4,", I C 7-2’ * ’ ' ” ” -nd I ll be hot - IL-r when I‘m old - er. I ll} be thu. ,, ‘-1- 7 -J‘: J ' ’ ,4’ g , ’ , ICC: ,, J , ‘ . C4.+-1- . L, L. .1-C7»i—4;. j1 __C 4 C 3 ___ 1 4» «O- 3 8 -1 4% 4} ——»-< $- 1 a —+ 3 1 a 1- «a + — -2- - -9- B 3 2 3 7 ; --- - *-1-+ —+ —— —+ 2——+ + To Coda Q l~ Fn1uj7 C 1;: + - - fan of your life. 19
  20. 20. Bridge Am7 G F ’ 7 7 7 7 _77 C .7 77 “T57 t+~J: e-~: w«—t-1-~1..7-_J 1 And I’ve_ dropped out, I've bumed up. I fought my way back from the dead. 4 4 7 9’ 7} H-‘7.«a; rT‘. IJ~ "JI~'I<j'1C. ;C'; I Fsus2 F Fsus2 Am7 , , I ‘ j3_$fi. I.-’%F"z*.5] x. / — le tuned in tumed on. re — G F . , m-Irr_r: + -7-£777 I mem-bered the thing that you said. I? If -fl < ‘j: 'T§ rm f: -7 , _;7r; ~ 75;; -r«E_r_: o 20
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  22. 22. Every Breath You Take Music and Lyrics by Sting Obulnad. Scanned. Ediud, Packaged & Posted Flrstoo avaxhommwa by 5Kun Intro Moderately Gudd 9 EI11I; l(Id 9) I J: :'-I i '11 5 7? : CIC: C:’; ’C'CC: C: C‘ 3.: _. a 0 I _J Jr '0' _’. _'‘.1‘. '‘. C'', ;'_'. .,'. '.'‘. C',7’ :7 7 ; ' ; 1C- 2 0 2 2 2 0 2 -2 2 A ii 0 0 0 e o 4 4 4 4 B 2 2 2 2 3 3 9 0 Odd‘) [)iidd9 Gudd‘) '- I —' I - It 2-rt’-— : ;i J " I F -‘i'_ hrezilh | ll *2 2-—-i an "2-— _ __ _ 14;. ’ "'1'! :7 727 7 , , ' , II I I I I . I I7 7 ,7 7 ft 7- - -- - - I r -I I J _; L, -_. 7 37 T 0 3 1 3 -0 F2 -‘- - 2 -W W fi- 2 -2 2- 2 - -2- -2- -2- 2 9- 3 2 4? + 4% 4}- - -W 3 -3- - - EmI add 9) : —7- 77 ; —‘_7 7 S I-5 ; ' : ’-1* #77-I-6* I-‘f , : 7*3j-: ’- -' I j - c 5i'_ IIInL‘ _uu IIIULLE c ~‘i'_ hiin<. I7 _uu hrciik. c -'r_ uurd _0lI7 ; |_. e —‘r_ g; iinc7}uu pl; i_. 7 ’ 77-7 7;-ff: .7,’ ‘ ‘ : ::Ii. '.. '-1,--IL, -:--7:w"| ]:; ":- ; -7 --r----r- -r _‘ : ' ; ' 7" _' 7,; -- 7‘. 1‘. _—" _; _ ‘- V ' ; ; ; 9 if 1 0 "‘ -4% + 7 0- 2 0- -8 E 0 -4- 2- - 2 -2- -2- 2 -- - -$ 2- -- -- -9- -9- -f - © 1983 G M7 SUMNER Administered by EMI MUSIC PUBLISHING LIMITED 22 All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured Used by Permission
  23. 23. 1 c GCadd9 D 7JC: C3:7’i’r-913 «I: v CCC, :‘__IeCC C_-CC 77 J£:7f’. v717;7g: H 97' ev-‘ry step- you I I‘ll be watch-ing you. ev-'ry night. you stay. I‘ll be watch—ing you. _ ‘C J L I _, - , I 1 ‘ J " I-I - -1' I’-' or , ‘ O _. or - at _. I - J 4 1 ‘V _d_ . .—I ii —C 9 CC — — 4: C -9- F-11 »« 2 2 {I 1) 9 2--- 2 - 2 II _3_ _3_ 2 -B -0- +2 2 - - — - - 3 3 2. %Chorus Gadd9 c c/ ab Am7 ’ 7 , HQ 7 1 I : - 7 5 _ .7 77-_:7é7I_77i:7—. — E7 ' 7 ' "' 43- - 7 7<‘: ’C I 1 Oh. can‘! you7 see you be-long [U 77 .7 I 7 in . 7- . _ ' d ‘L _ j_ I ——« 3‘-r4— 4 4 ‘ ’—‘—l 1:4 — 0 3 - - - -9—B-- - 7 % _3 7 7 4 - -0 7 -: 2 - 2 1 0 G A7 T _ W" ’ " _"' ' . p. r' 7 rd 7__ :5}; f _- 2 _g7_J_7 77 me. How my poor heart- aches- with ev-'ry sIep_ you - W2‘ 4‘ I Ck 1*? T‘ ‘U’ T. P 1' f " 4 lfiJ—I"'. "‘I :4 ‘M . - z Y '0 ¢‘'-’o'Io»' kjo—I'T~— I» —}'o‘ 4C“Co—«I— — ——a 9’ ' i. _.J-—-- LA--1-‘ 2 2 2 — - 2 3 ii 3 {Co : -fiC+ —+++—2C+ $ $ r‘ ---0- 2 - 4% fl 2 8 2 0 B 8 D --- - -W - -9- - 2- -2- -- 7- - 7 3 7 07 797 23
  24. 24. Em I add 9) C D 7 i——-H _ V _ “I‘—‘ _ _ -— 77]; 4 a‘o' :53 1 o _' 0 '1 V 0 _ _' 4 _ 3 7 ex -‘ry snii| e7yoii fake. ex —‘ry claim_ you stake. I‘II be watch-ing you. 7 Since _vou‘'c gone I been losi7 'ith»oui7 :1 trace. _-an _-j-- : 2 £_ _2-O 0 _0 1- ‘W20 ‘I’ _ - -of O-I ¢, 0, Im ~, ~4—%‘L ‘ ’_4V — '3 - - -- -- 3 -3- -3- 1 -1 1 4- - 1 3 1 1 7 -3- - - - 7 --3- -- -- -3 4 2 1 ' 1 1 + e —— 2 2- 2 — — —I — 77 7 7“ 7 7 7 7 7 Eb tf rf -0: . ‘_g—o—9~o——o—~o——p»l-o_—«o- ;1— j: T 7 .77, {7 , 7 7 2- - -- -— - - - ---2 - -vj‘ I dream at night. I can on - I_' see_ yourI‘; ice. I look u-round but ii you I can‘t_ re-place. I feel so cold and I long for your_ cm-brace. I keep cry ~ ing ha - by. ba - by 1/30 — — - — — - - — — - - - - — — — - — - — - — — — — - - ~ — — — — — « ~ — — — — -» —-—- -' 7 7 7 7 l- 1‘ , --yo + ‘C - _C' :1’ -544 :0 C ‘C; p f f 1” ; - P -'- '- 2‘ 7- if f -5-; 1 1 ,7 1——1— 11 11 1 1 — 1 1 a1 3 3 3 a a +-~ -— ~ + +— 41 » -+— + — 24
  25. 25. Interlude Gadd9 Em(add9) Mn‘ 4' '1"' 2 I - I "fi~ : ,:a'; ,.‘! _’7:: jr‘l: :7: : ’*‘. r : 'r 2 ‘ : ' ' :4]: : : ,;, r ,7 ; '_, _’, Wfi : I:4,t7__: a_i, ¢:, _ia_‘, _*o_’, a 1 7 -| }-"' *9‘ ' 2 2 ' 2 " ' 2 2 '8 '8' +— 29" 4% 4? —— —— 2+ —2— — —2 4— — 2 4 —2— I 412 4 3 — — 9 W " ' + l). S. al Coda Dadd‘) Gadd‘) T i - 2 o“ — ' 12 it -' — ' H "i 2 Oh can‘! _nu, ~ ~— — - - ~ ' ~ — - c ~ » ~ V I —- ~ at i, _ +14 -; _,_ 1*’ :1: "’l : v : ’l_i : L I, . ' 1,, :1, . ,' 3, t F ‘U *’ I ’ T’ ; ,‘*r 7’ " '7' '_’. ‘ *1’; 3 T ' -E * *' i ' 7* '—' —— " '— "+ — + — '0 3 D '-B- 1} 1}" ' '2 '2 2 2 2 2 2 D 3 22 ' 2 '2 '8' 0 '3' "3 C D Em(udd9) —'j' _ "' - _ , _ .1. _ __ _ _ _ Tm : ,v"; ;+ 937 , '2 3+ PR _eg'; ' 2’ 0 "'1 E'-‘ry nmc, _'0u make. c ~‘r_ step- you lake. H! be zuch—ing _uu, _ _a: ,F'; "j. .., . . . . 4 "T. ___. ,_. T, --1 t’. "7_: :£’: "'l': i. '_1:t*i: ,‘1. ': ' . ?'ZlT" : ‘ : : it 27%’; , "._': "' _" " l '5' _; _?; ’4a7“: "a_&; ’aI _ _. _, ., 1 1 7 ' '+ + " -1- 0' B —— + "0' 2 2 '0 2 '& 9 2 —— — 2 — 1% 0 4 4 4 — — J[+ — 3 3 2 2 2 -0- + ' ' ' + D Gudd‘) G _ AN : ' 5 I 9_ -’ H j I'll hc wulch-ing _nu. _-I"? ,1; i.19.o. ,.. [0 ___; at _; a J _ 7' “(T 018' ' " 2- 9 2 ——2'{)--2-if —o— 9 9 ii 3' '3 25
  26. 26. Imagine Words and Music by John Lennon Originated. Scanned, Edited. Packaged & Fouled Firsuo nvnxhommw: by aKurL Intro Verse C Cmaj7 F C Cmaj7 ' L ' = fl v—.1—. —?. L . ' C . -*1 1. Im - ag- ine there's no heav - -«. -‘-131-‘"1i: .«= *-"VH2 2 ‘ ‘r 4- 0 7% 0 ‘ 3 0 3 g g B 2 § 13’ 2 3 —0 g 0 B 2 3 3 3 3 3 3- 3 3 F C Cmaj7 F *5» _i " :3‘ J 3 3 ’ ‘ en ns ens y If you try: x 7'7 A a V I 4- -J 0' v I J “’ Cmaj7 F C Cmaj7 'r”T5- ‘ "I3—7A5a'-"1 2 be» low: us a~bove us on ly 3'1] 1 3 , d? ‘ J g 4 ‘ - ' 4 1*: - 1 v 0 9 2 2 {"3 ° 9 9 o E E 3 3 2 2: 3 3 —3—— 3 3 *3“ © 1971 (Renewed 1999) LENONOMUSIC All Rights Controlled and Administered by EMI BLACKWOOD MUSIC INC. 26 All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured Used by Permission
  27. 27. :In/ E Dm Dm/ C I I I’ ' | '/ 4 . “ a ’ : . ' ‘ 1 Im v ‘.11: in: 11! [ha pm plc : "' 4 "T ‘ : ‘ . 4 I " : ‘ ‘ 1 A 5 5 I L ' I ' a ’ w I 3' 4 : a ' 1, ,1 4 41 K ' ' ‘ " 4 0 0 1 1 3 3 2 "2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3' 3 2 4} 3 ’ 3 3 $ * (1 (‘/ (i (:7 ( (‘mu_i7 , , 4 A 9 , I, .' T? .' : . . ' . ' I I . : , , ii I Z_’’_, ’' I ‘—--"__ '4” 14.‘, '_ , ' L ! _ : Im 10 dn m _, _ _ 3. Im 4. Inc lhcrck no . _. _. _ , , _ 4! T ,3, J. ‘ . ." : .' '4,’ ! I. : : 7 .4. ; ii ; A5 ’ 7 +o** r, *‘ T-—"__ 1': : , ; : ': 3: *1 3; g? f ’ ; - if 4- -0- 0 3 D 3 + 3 3' 1 ’$ 4% *3 4% 4% 4} 4% — 7 0 2 3 2 2 i 3 3 _ _ + , T Verse F ( (‘muj7 F . 4, / —$ . 34; i- 4' ‘r -77* a 3 ff; -3 ' I cnun—lric~. n l n'I hard 10 do- 3. Sn‘ ml: /tliunul l‘r'i4- 4 » 4 » 4 4 - 4 4 , 41 4' 5 4 ii’ 4 ' 3 ' 4 5 ' ‘V 4 g 4 '3 j 3* "‘ 3 3 3 r“* 4% ' 2 3 2 3 4} 123 9 3 2 2 3 2 2* '3’ 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 27
  28. 28. F Am/ E Dm Drn/ C ' -- 3 Im - ag - inc all the pee — ple --': %f—4—: : iii -2- ' — . '.-. :—-—E§EI. L—£'E 2 ——-—3- 4 l' - 1 —1 5+ 4+ 2 2 2-— 2 2 2 2 2 2 jljxjxjz. -— 9 5 — 3 Chorus G C/ G G7 F G 1'. ’ V‘ 3 A l% ¥a . E! - Z: ='i—1-j—— liv - ing life in peace. _ Y0uu you may say I‘m 21 ‘'33 an: ' —--= ='— -': ;.—. ..: :4. -T ! —_nEEI&—‘f- _, : : “U_‘ 1 o 0 2 3
  29. 29. C E E7 F G C E E7 --' --Z II‘--I " ' '-—"' "—'_ ' xwjr _¢ _ __ dream-er. but I‘m not the on - ly one. he'll 1 II ll: + Additional Lyrics 3. Imagine no possessions. I wonder if you can; No need for greed or hunger. A brotherhood of man. lmagine all the people sharing all the world. 29
  30. 30. Leader of the Band Words and Music by Dan Fogelberg Originated. Scanned. Edited. Packaged 81 Posted First to avaxhommwn by eKun. Intro Moderately (i7 C "' —- (°‘*'2w: :“«s: ~o‘: -'; .o. =,. .:; ":: ~.': 9 13:1 ' : 1 1 : : : : . ' ' : 5 Q, — —- —— — 1 — 31 1 1 * 1 E, i 0 , , , ,, , T—— a— 0 3 3 1 0 1 0 1 —a 31——11 1———+—— A 3 3 2 2 2 e B B 3 — 3 0 3 3 3 3 3 Em 1) o 0/c 0 (j/ C G G/ C . F". , __ '- .41 . '— . 1 . . . '—. . 1 1 11 ; ; :1 , ,. ' : ' : _ : 1 1 : 1 1 __ffZ W, Q1 ; ": _l': lot: ': ,"" _. :_/ '_i' '7". _ : _/5.3. '“'l_. 1;5:'. ’’ ‘' _. . _' 7 11 1 1 1 1 1 2 — A 73* V»-< 3 - 0 1 0 0 6 1 0 1 *9 e 2 9 2'0 0 - * * 9 — ' 1 0 4 7 2 0V2 2 0 0 B 3 3 3 3 %‘erse 0 CK} (i Bm _ . ii , 1,, ; 4, __, ___ _. N, 3. , ,:' : ’ , II» . o re‘; 2' 15.; 5 re o’*l; *_-v; -:_rj --IF"" I. An on — l_ child 2: - lone and wild. _ 1| cub — ‘net imik - cr 3. : qui - cl mun of mu — sic, dc - nicd : i «imp - ler 3.. 4. Sat‘ tltlzliliwull / V‘I'i(' I‘ , . . . . . ___. . _v_ . _ _. g 3; .2 , r;[l: 2 ,1 -I *' ‘; "; '3 1' . ;3 9; -; , 2+; 1; :1.‘ ——. ~‘ —~‘ ~ _‘ 1 ' _; 1" _" '3" _; 1 1 _. 1 ’_. ; *1 _. ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 0 afla 1 a 3 3 0 ii 0 0 ' ' * **— * 6 2 0 0 0 9 —2L— —————13 0 2 2 iii *3’ — * 13’ 1 3 3 3 *3 * ©1981 EMI APRIL MUSIC INC. and HICKORY GROVE MUSIC All Rights Controlled and Administered by EMI APRIL MUSIC INC. 30 All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured Used by Permission
  31. 31. C Am Em Am _ _ . , , , 7 A ’, _.1 > Z, , 9 41_ , _ In SJ I W; i ‘ $ [ j. g 7 5 pg, 7 iii son. his hands were meant for dif-f‘rent work and his hcan was known to fate. he tried to be 21 sol - dier once but his mu - sic would A n‘: ‘ I‘ _ . _ 1 __ l '_ _ ‘K " _ __ ' '7: f ‘ £1 3,’ I 4’ ‘i To 31 ‘ J ' 0 I 7‘ 4‘ *1 * * 2‘ 2 1 st 4 : 2* 2 7‘ 3: 1 1 -d’ 0 _ _ __ , , ~1— — e—~-1- + 1 1 9- —— — A + 3 2 2 B B 2 2 2 2 2 — - 2 2 2 3 3 s " 0 ~ 9 2 ' 2 $ — T _, ,,_ 0 G , _ T 7 _ C D 7 G 7 i C/ G G i __ Bm _ ’ V 1 7 -0 ? ' I g ' —p"‘¢‘ ' 0 __ , ‘ ‘_ _J'_ 9 9 ‘L__i_. —.I ? none. He left his home and went his lone_ and sol - i - tar » y wail. He eamed his love through dis » ci — piine. _ u thun — d‘ring vel - vet f T, _ I W1 ‘ . , > V . _ g 3 ‘ ‘ d we tr ' r‘ . 1 » w 4 ‘ — v — - — 0 i 4 * av ; 3- ; * ; a ; , a .3 4 _, =. i s T2‘? +; ‘3*1*+¢. .+? —" is’ E — +— 3 9 — — — ~ 4: 2 a n , fi4i 4 fi+ +— 243 ——a 2 o++ 3 3 3 3 To Coda 1 Q C Am Em Am D7/F11 J i . 2 gr“ 7 f ,0 ,0 1 fit” .1’ [0 J ' 4 Ii. _~5_ I '2 7| way. And he gave to me a gift I know I nev - er can re hand. His gen - tie means of sculpt - ing souls took me years to un - dcr — _. , _ _ _. ,. . _ . _i____ . ‘ ; : E 41 f‘‘ all r r, J , - , _ J‘ _ , ,, _ .4. ' ' . ,_ , , , , , ii *, ,', , '7 7‘ 7 1 4 1 1 1 1 e 7 — 1% — A - — Z — -2- -9 -0 2 2 -2- 2 ' 3 3 B 4% 2 2 1%
  32. 32. G (1 ‘C (J G/ C Ci G/ C G G $3 _ ; __ _ 7 — __2 ,2 g; 9 - 1 T 2 L —e L : 2% pl stand ; 2 "’ 0 " . 2". 2 a _. _ .1e -- Z .1 rr . r- . +=2.a, ~ i _A , a_ 4T , —e__ 42 —_l 4 ’ _—, V __ _ 7r " 7 w " -t 7 "’ 1 7 7 1 1 * 7 , -.— — 4) H y I I3 1 3 1 s 2 1 9 41 , s ’ 0 8 2 2 ’ ~45? %— *3 1* 2322 2 2-9; 2 +~. 2,, 2 3 3 3 *3 -3 3* 3* -3- 2 Chorus C Bin C G 5 - p 2" 3:’ 5 Ii" ' 3,‘; 2, la, 3 "1 ; I01 9 1 C fl_. .L ’ : ’_ _ lhc kxiil ~ er of the hand is tircd_ and his c)c~ are grtm - ing old. but his .1-——""' / i or 9 0 5 3, 4: ‘ 2, 2 _ 4, j_, ..__ _ 6’ 1 , I 2' . ' l‘ 3 :1.‘ 43; §73'; fl . _/ 9 4 I7 *"’ -,5 j " -4» "'— 0- ' ’ ’ ; J ; 0 3 3 3 2 3 3 1 0 3 1} 0* 1 *3’ 2 2 W + +’ *2 -3 3 3 2 2 *2 2 ' 2 2 ’ 22 2 2 -m Em Am I D — 5 , * . : _ _ _ _ V , 5 ’ ' l ' I QM, , ,2 1 " 5, J , I " 1*: ."i€: _r2_ J t, ‘- ' Ci’ 7 7 hhmti run». through in) in A stru - mcnt, and his song is in m_ soul. a . . . . . 2 4——-. . . . 22 _ /3 at 5 9. 1 , ‘ ‘:1 .2’? J I’ : ’“' " . : ”’ ' , ' : 5 ' 1 " : ’€’ : ,' L 1 ,1 ; 3: , ::2—r22'* '3' 33 : Z7 : 3 7 7 7 1 1 *1’ *2 ’ *9’ s ' * " 1 8 9 1R0 2 0 0 '2 2* 3' *2 2 2* ' ' '2’ 2 3 3 0 0 4 0 9 s s *2“ * 9 * 0 ss * ‘ 0 0 ( Bm C G -, 2~ :3’ ' | :' —g— 17 —, g -—2? 23 :2 A 2?; b 2 ~ — —~— — — _——I—''‘ . I_ life has been :1 pi-or ‘.1! lcnipl In im - i - lzilc the man. I'm 9* 1. I 3 41 2 _ _ __ I , ‘EL 31 ' ‘ J"! ' ‘£2 . J 1&1 4f 2' '2 _ *' '"”‘ 2., j . 5 . , . . , ' . ,- 4; . _ 3 3- 4 " T, 2 —, ' I 4 ' 7 *’ i’ 0 3 2 3 *2’ 2 ' s 2 2 2 ""2 1 0 3' s 0' 1 3 ’ 3 s W ’ ’ B 2 2 2* 2 2 2 2’ 3 2* "3 * ? * ’ 32
  33. 33. To Coda 2 -$ G Em Am C G/ C i %% - fir A _ , ”___ ___ ' ' if r‘ «-« . ~ I- '44 }tl«+ ~ —. —_ In mg leg 1 c 7 to the lead er of_ the band —-—-1_ "‘ r’1 _a‘ 3 7 ‘%4='-H; * 4g :7‘; ~ ': _ia1;— “ ‘ _’j TI: ~r**_f_: **— _"C4——, '1:+ C __ ; ’ J ' .5. _. _. g. ‘ fly. . / '3’ 7 f 1* fl-% -3- 1 a— [-9 »- — 43 1 l 7 2 0 7 $ 2* -2 —_ 1- 44 7 2 2- -2 4 -G--2’ + — f—— an — a — — 3- a v *0‘ ’ -9- 3 3 D. S. al Coda I D. C. al Coda 2 -$ 2 (take 2nd ending) 33
  34. 34. Additional Lyrics 3. My brothers‘ lives were diff‘ rent for they heard another call. One went to Chicago. and the other to St. Paul. And I‘m in Colorado when I'm not in some hotel. Living out this life I chose and come to know so well. 4. I thank you for the music and your stories of the road. I thank you for the freedom when it came my time to go, I thank you for the kindness and the times when you got tough. And Papa. I don't think I said “I love you" near enough. 34
  35. 35. My Cherie Amour Words and Music by Stevie Wonder, Sylvia May and Henry Cosby Originated. Scanned. Edited. Packaged It Pound First to avaxhommwa by sKurt. Intro Moderately I 47 mt #5 I '1 5.” I: "1 La la la la _ la. la. La _ la la la _ la -3! filo‘ a -vl7‘¢l' ‘HIJ I ‘ 5* ; 3" ‘ 3 ; ‘ l. X'Verse Dmaj7 Dmaj7 A7 Dmaj7 G9sus4 F’ . . , - - it -rfl-I la. La. la. la. 1. My Che - rie A- mour. _ love-Iy as a sum-mer day. _ I/ QC" _ _ , _ _ _ ‘ __1 1/2C“ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __1 2.. 3. See additional lyrics ‘ m mi o v . ‘ I 1.‘ , al J * , A 1 J al at I I ' _. . I : H I , ' J Eng 6 3 1’ 2 2 % 0 2 B 2 G 2 1 3 1 1 3 9 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1} B 9 3 © 1968 (Renewed 1996) JOBETE MUSIC CO. , INC. , BLACK BULL MUSIC and SAWANDI MUSIC c/ o EMI APRIL MUSIC INC. and EMI BLACKWOOD MUSIC INC. All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured Used by Permission
  36. 36. Cmaj7 A7sus4 Gmaj7 A6 A9 C7131: B E7 A6 A9 . A ' ’ / A tr r F I you‘re the on- ly girl my heart beats for: _ how I wish that you were mine. _ -9- 36
  37. 37. _o ; }'. "'l"‘ 11 -"I —-I--'-—"l IIG} _'-=2 — - I-I Cmaj7 C6 Gmaj7 C6 Dmaj7 A .9 ; - ' nip ‘ . H 9 1 9 fl I 1.. 1 r , gsav A la La _ la la. la . _ la la I/2ClI - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ~ - - - - - - ~ — - ~ 1 I —- 1 1 I f' -'l€: lIjj‘_ ‘ - I d_ jjjjjj}_| 'A“'-_- ' 2-‘ -21 -2--O—| I %: -l. —:—'- —i --—= j d I I —: . _L - ‘U’ 3 o o 3 2 -2 2 I _ 9 1’ 3 “F 9 9 3 . Ii 3 3 ‘ _l 3 3 j Additional L_‘I‘lL‘. S 2. In a café or sometimes on a crowded street. 3. Maybe someday. you'll see my face among the crowd. I've been near you but you never noticed me. Maybe someday. I‘ll share your little distant cloud. My Cherie Amour. won't you tell me how could you ignore, Oh. Cherie Amour. pretty little one that I adore. That behind that little smile I wore. You‘re the only girl my heart beats for; How I wish that you were mine. How I wish that you were mine.
  38. 38. Let It Be Words and Music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney Originated, Scanned. Edited, Packaged & Pound First to avaxhomexve by eKurt. Intro Slowly C G Am Fmaj7 F6 C G Z7: 1:? i: "'"-' 1 l 1 ma: 3 «I 9 3 « H - o 31 1 *‘ ' 1 1 9 0 3 3 3 2 l 5 i 2 2. ‘Z 3 3 3 3 3 9 8 2 9 3 3 3 3 8 1! 3 3 — 3- 3 Verse F C C G Am F L } _['. fiflJ‘. —"‘ {if llytpfllll l. Whenl find my-self in times of trou—ble Moth-er Mar - y comes to me. ' ‘+91 3!: _ . .', , 21$-3; B0 02 09130003311 3 33v 3 323 E 3* C G 3-—1—45~L4_, lAol"‘oo. . And in my hour of dark-ness she is 9082200 1 Copyright 0 1970 Sony/ ATV Songs LLC Copyright Renewed All Rights Administered by Sony/ ATV Music Publishing, 8 Music Square West. Nashville. TN 37203 38 lntemational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  39. 39. stand-ing right in front of me. .speak—ing words of wis - dom. _ let it bc. _ Let it T. Iitjgiy ri " ,1 h V t N x - 1. I 1 , , , ‘ I 1 : 4h 1. 4.- . ,I_, ._ , , 3, _k, a, Z J__+4 , 1, l 7 L A, J, * g ‘ , ' 3 4- ; _> ; _— ' -0» -4 ,1 .9. F C G 4- * J’ 4"’ J’ ;5§"‘ if ’ " , ,. If f ,1, +5,‘ , r‘+. 1,, 7* , ::i. ''’ -5; f, . 4!: ‘ ‘ tr v -——1?, ,*§J let it be. _ let it be. Whis-per words of wi. x- dom. _ let it ‘a V" , 'j_‘. ’* """. ~=: :’ ’ -3f)~’~—o——« j4—— i I*o— -— — A; — 4- -4 — — T’ T’ 7 -0- 1* 2 0 2_ 0 E , , - Verse C G Am F 27 " , o’fr'oo'__’_" , _"_j: 'fiA. ,;_a'_+'«. . ___. :—__»-». ;_. ‘, ht 2. And when the bro - ken-heart - ed peo - ple 1i - ing in the world an - gree. 3. See uzldilirmul l_'ri¢'x 39
  40. 40. a-—"""——' 77”'1"K_Z§_1’T[: ”a*: 1" .3? 7. ff, ‘ For though they may be pur1— ed. there ix 4 4 4 5" 5 -an an ' ’ ; r , >14 7 -9- + ‘2- ‘if :8- ’ + — * xtill u chzmccthut they will see. _ . __, ,4J1,,4*! f Ln, 1 I , ~ , , . ,.9>, ,, . _ J r r ' r I , ‘T .1 '"” a —‘+“a“"**, : o‘ ' ‘ ~- -‘ ' 4 — I 3 L____. _a-—— we -at — — -r 13' /5 48 3 5 3 3 3 r-‘ ' *8* 1 4} —— i —{ 3 1 2 3 + 2 40
  41. 41. F C Am G F C " _, I " " , A "ii? - - I1--= — i- be. _ bet it be. let it be. _ let it be. _ let it be. I ‘ , »-x 1 ‘, « . . — 4 J g '- Whis-per words of wis-dom. There will be an an - swer. Additional Lyrics 3. And when the night is cloudy. there is still a light that shines on me. Shine until tomorrow. let it be. I wake up to the sound of music. Mother Mary comes to me, Speaking words of wisdom. let it be. 41
  42. 42. My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme from ‘Titanic’) from the Paramount and Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture TITANIC Music by James Horner Lyric by Will Jennings Originated. Scanned. Edited. Packaged It Potted First to avnxhommws by sKun. Intro Moderately Am G F G K ]/3C] - - - - - - - - - — - - -——. ' J A . . . " 9‘! E A -*1‘ . " . I w A 1~51_'*“'r ~W' ii _. u—. _. if ‘ ‘-— —C 1| '5' 31' 3" 0 3 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 9 0 2 2 0 if 3 2 1’ B B ' E 3 3 Verse C G C G a f f i l. Ev - 'ry night in my dreams I see you. I feel you. 2. Love can touch us one time and last for a life - time. C G Fsus2 1 5 it g L, a gr I 9 :1 ' I i i that is how I know you go on. Copyright © 1997 by Famous Music Corporation. Ensign Music Corporation. TCF Music Publishing, Inc. . Fox Film Music Corporation and Blue Sky Rider Songs All Rights for Blue Sky Rider Songs Administered by Irving Music. Inc. 42 intemational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  43. 43. G F C G , ,, ‘ ’ _, T , . ’ _ - _ T CDT : ' ‘ 5 ~, ~m- F F are if ea’ l i‘ l : i—eross the dis V tance and spat: ~ es be ~ tween us was when I loved you: one true time I hold to _V ‘ l l _ J 4 av : 1 I3 1 * ; 7‘ " " r ' 1 " ”’l% ‘‘ : ,,4, J “ f ‘ ’ at , I , r ‘7 ' ’ i vi ,5 1' .3, C‘ 5+’ —{ — -1 3 -1- —3— 2 —-2 2 2 -0 + 4% 3 — 3 + T i , __. .9 , _ _ , FBIEZ . V _ , , KL 7” Vi’ 1* , reliefs *f_:7ijE” , l *3 J have come to show you go on. my life we'll all - ways go on. G F G nee .9-e P * - 9 Fer-r _ ' y __ A i for wher e er you are 1 be . ' T I T " 31? er -2 +—+ +—+— + it C 2+ + 43
  44. 44. :3 ”” ’ + ‘r‘[: ’— fifl Once more )ou o pen the door and you're I/3CI - ~ — - — - ~ - - - - --w 1; ‘ I -—— ' p 1' 1’ ’ ' 1 1. J . ‘ r ’ I ’ _. 0 ' 0 _, ' b f : ' _. r ' a-- + 4 7 1 7 mi’ * «r— — — — -1- + ~— + + I +7 ? —— T ”[+ E 4 1, *2 % 1» " 43 B2 2fl2_ 2| 4) + + ,3 i ——i B----0 ' ' 3 3 ' —~ 3- Am G F G -4 —; ;_‘, ;: i + " L * #74; __ E 73 h; rc In m hean and m hean I“ go on md ’ ‘I’ I 7 7'7 7’ “"1” " (‘"7 : *5 I 7 *9 5 1-1 , r:’r, , I ' ; .*', fja 1': cl , ',, ,1 U ; . ‘ ' ' ‘ ; or X; ;. 0' I‘ 8 _ , _ _ _ L 1 6- +1 ---1--- V --3“ - -- -8- -3- _ _—z__— 1» --2- —: —2— + —rf+ai-—+~_—%-2L -2- 3 1% — -2- + — +—— 8 -1+4’ - +" - - -: -3- ’ ’ ’ 3‘- - -$ 44
  45. 45. I u. I I . - -1? - I flI' I ''‘‘Z—: ' on. on. ! I/3Cl - - - - — - - — - - — - - - - - 1 ' : I 11-. : . .;, EIIIIIl; l:II 1 4 3 -0- jmn ,3 0 ' o 2 2 2”2_ ' 3 Outro-Chorus cfim D c#m7 B A I . . __ D You're here. there's noth - ing I l/3CV - - - - - - - - - --1 A II I -. -.. _== =_= sl -. = « ll -—— _Ill _. ... !__L! - 'A. .Il' _‘__2——KI. :-IKlZI—-'—-‘-2-' —— -TI I'll -I1" I L . - —'J- 1I' . I ; _ i — 34 4‘ 2 I 2k 3 ' —o—° 1+ 0 o - 7 5 5 ‘ - 1- 2 2 } . . . : 4 , _ 1 K I‘—i— B c#m7 B A . ’ : ' . .- _v". __= _'.1l¥5=m——I’_-lz’ . Q3’ — fear. and I know that my heart will go on. '—"nim:1 viz - 4 Jig: .' 4 -I —-F’ . -—_jm '. <:= %%§-ZlI—§'= I-II-: _== =£-= %- -- 2 -_ I " 45
  46. 46. Gfim Film c#m7 B A L’. -'= In— ' — . — We'll stay for - ev - er this 2 -31‘ ; ———- ‘—--—---Z. ‘- rasuzmzajsé-xznx: -nz-I-QZH 5 A- L‘_—: ‘S 3 -d , 4 ’ | : ’ jm ‘ 7 5 “ “ ‘ 2 2 2 4- 1 1 4 —+ n —o 4 2 B c$m7 B A -' 9 ‘V ’ , way. You are safe in my heart, and my farts will go E B c#m7 B E 46
  47. 47. Stand by Me Words and Music by Ben E. King, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller Originated. scanned, Edited. Packaged & Posted First to avaxhomemve by eKurt. Intro Moderately G Em C D *1 Ifi" I - ' I -‘ I Li H l. Whenthc j. jun. 1-. 4 jv #‘ , - , .,, . , ,, }: I,. 2 , . 1. : :-av : .“: —' -1-—-—-——“: — 4L‘4+'. a‘'‘' 1- -r 1;: ; ; : ‘- — ~ —tr~3H Verse G Em ' . , , _y—— 7‘ A 4-9"‘ »-; l° AH. ---423 ea: L night_: _7 has come and the land is dark and the L‘ V fl -J M (! g____}. _i7‘, ', -1 j“,4,| ,', _,i, _i “- 9 3 9 9 :3 3 5 5 5 9 I B 3 - " 7' ——-G-’ - - - 0 $ 9 2 2 2 -48 W 7 #7 i 7 - ‘ 3 3 3 3 3 2 9 B D G -——v 5 7 i 7 _ d_*‘ 4 e 0 ’ ll 0 a ' 0 le _ I 1- -3 —~' ; l z--- T‘ — T4 6 is the on I light we'll see no I F‘ % ‘I —g-—-r -in. .4 ‘J. ——J $339?’- -+- - _ I "—, — f —- —- — —— J ; LA :3? 3' 3" 7" ; 3‘ 7 Q 3 * * — +4 -' 0 V 2 9 3 3 ’- _a_ _| 1%? 7 -0 7 if‘ -- -0-— '2 2 — - ———~: z o 2 3 3 — — ©1961 (Renewed) JERFIV LEIBER MUSIC, MIKE STOLLER MUSIC and MIKE 8: JEFIFIY MUSIC LLC All Rights Reserved 47
  48. 48. ‘S-=1’ - .219 __J ‘J ’ wmft be u iraid. no I: woni -"" _ 4 , I : :‘. ,_, gt _7 +2.. -—I—. .,. ,.1. 1.-f: __ _I. ‘: -__. _ 1- _-_ «J ”__' _"3"‘; . -r -r 1 1* ; : ' ; 8 I 9 + ‘E 3 I — 4¥— ++ +— -3 + 2 - - - -9 l’ G 2 -2’ -- - I - -2- -2- ' -3- '3 3- -3- -0- -0 0 - D G -"5; : : _: ’f ' 7 7- -2; 1- + , ,.,1 1- , _-, __ , . 3, av. 16 - , ‘- ‘, :: :, , ‘J as you . stand. m stand bx mt. S0. Llur - ling. Llill‘ - ling ’ -‘*5, :5‘ , -T L -7- , , : J: W . _7_2;: fl<I3,_; -, ye : ' , :,-' , , . W, - 4 V _ a- -_: - - _, v— _; 3-’ 3-’
  49. 49. " ‘ fl Em I ‘ - « J . '-. ,_j_= ___. ... ° In _ Ign-I skyn that we look up - on should tum-ble and fall or the 1 . " . ;-= -i r" 9 us: ' 6 .2 - o — _ -d- 1 o a a a {+- 3 a a 3 a 2 J o1:Mv—. L:l3Le l- : £_; | should cmm - ble C D G D S. al Coda = »'[M_J -71;. Jumi: long as you stand. stand by me. So. dar-ling. dar- ling
  50. 50. Piano Man Words and Music by Billy Joel Originatod, Scanned. Edlhd, Packaged 8 Posted Flrsno avaxhommws by sKun. Intro Moderately C Em/ B Am C/ G F F/ G C Verse F/ C Cma_|7 F/ C C Em/ B Am I" — 1. It's nine o’ clock on a Sat-ur-day, 2.. 3.. 4. See additional lyrics C/ G F C/ E D G c I . .:-¢ 4 ’—‘ ' __ n :5‘--I--_= ==—'-: -'—: L _‘— ’ the reg - u - lax crowd shuf - fies me There's an old man_ ,1 ‘ - A {'. ‘§HI. E£I-' I ' ‘ f= =ijZ-ZZ; =i j—Ejj1 * — 3 2 9 “ an an 3 01973. 1974 (Renewed 2001. 2002) JOEL SONGS 50 All Rights Reserved lntemational Copyright Secured Used by Permission
  51. 51. Em/ B Am C/ G F F/ G C _I A I _ v'. :j1--IC»uj$—ZI——£CII-Zil', _ I'a| '_ _-‘ I I K I : sit-ting next to me__ mak-in‘ love to his ton - is and gin. ix -0 "‘ - Z 1 : .£. lfl1.jC CIHjZ£flI1Z'ZI'Z1-‘XI Il4_"—! ‘K‘: -K—'— - XI :2“ _"—22-j'—'Z -1 8 1 0 1 1 1 -G fi—f—ji—_EfjZ_fZC 2 a E_—ZE_ 3 F/ C Cmaj7 F/ C C Em/ B Am A ' —— / _ 133:. -‘I--I-. I:-IR He says. “Son. can you play me a mem-0 - ry? P r- ff E. ;,—j—-i"_1.£fiEiEZZiE%"': "iE€Ei'jTE Q -0- 1 F3“ 3333331o1"‘o jnjn ° ”*’— 9 3 3 EC C/ G F C/ E D G c 9 .1j.1'. '.Z.1:I: j.-flI"mI11——I1jj — _* ____— — _4j __ I‘m not real - ly sure how it game but it's sad and it's —' ffifiiltffi —-EH55? 51
  52. 52. Em/ B F/ G C P 1"? " * ' F5 :12: '1f1’i'A’ $2 fl sweet and I knew i( com - plate when I were u young-er mania clothes. “ 52
  53. 53. Chorus C Em/ B Am C/ G F C/ E D "’1't%_: v/“+3 rwwa *1 __ 1 ‘ Sing us a song. you're the pia-no mane Sing us a song to — night. 9 A r A‘ . 4 . . , .. J? 4‘: ’l ralr= ’Jrw+l1r*l: : ,1 1 ,7: ‘ ; : -3- -3- -3- 1 ——a 1'7: — | + 4 1—4 -3- I 1} 3 0* W 2 ' -0* 2 ' 3 4% ~_+ A « e _ . - -l Em Am C/ G F ' I .4 [I * 5- ~ ~ 1 . ._| _ , &l -—. t * “- 4* mood for a mel_—o — dy. and you've got us ‘ '7 D fix at «+4 , L+Hrrl 2* ; ‘ ; /T f' 3 1 $ 1-0 -1- 1 1 —3———— tr 2 + g 1 we — -~ , , l. .2..3. 4. F/ G C F/ C Cmaj7 F/ C R F/ C C /3 ’‘’’T1”‘ e l - was 1 - 1 r 3 teel-in al right. 2 Nov. A 3 I % I . 71 "" ‘ F’ 4’ V ‘; ..J 7' :41’ k. a-'U‘LJf'lJ*‘n_]'i_: _,' H rit. ,7 : fi1’1'W;1o 2+ 003‘ 7 3_1+11 | — -2- -3- 2 a . 3 2 0 3 3 % 3 3 Additional Lyrics ta Now John at the bar is a friend of mine. he gets me my drinks for free. And he's quick with ajoke or to light up your smoke. but there‘s someplace that he’d rather be. He says. "Bill. I believe this is killing me. " as a smile ran away from his face. “Well. I'm sure that I could be a movie star ifI could get out of this place. " 3. Now Paul is a real estate novelist. who never had time for a wife. And he's talking with Davy. who‘s still in the Navy and probably will be for life. And the waitress is practicing politics. as the bus'nessmen slowly get stoned. Yes. they‘re sharing a drink they call lonelinesss. but it's better than drinkin‘ alone. 4. It's pretty good crowd for a Saturday. and the manager gives me a smile. ‘Cause he knows that it's me they've been comin' to see to forget about life for a while. And the piano sounds like a camival and the microphone smells like a beer. And they sit at the bar and put bread in my jar and say. “Man what are you doin‘ here? " 53
  54. 54. Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word Words and Music by Elton John and Bernie Taupin Originated. Scanned, Edited, Packaged in Posted First to avaxhomems by sKurL Intro Verse Slowly Am Am/ G? 7 Am/ G 7 Am Dm6 E7 Am Am/ G 1 J 1 ’ " 1 p f1‘ 1' 1*? ??‘ "1 L. — —. — ~ * - What have I got to do to make you u_“ij~ — 3 9 , D“! ,. ., ,. , ,2, G , C , P", “’ E7 5 ""”' —r ]["' ‘*""'fi'i7;j—"**f‘E'z»: : , .; Ll’ 7* C ‘ 77” 7 1 love me‘? What have I got to do to make you care? Ix gfi ""'-I! -—-—-1. ‘ jg: .i#~— <———— +1 1~—{4.—_+++TJ__, ir 3 17 — L‘: ;; _T{—f: _o_C: ] _ *1 - 2' 4 4 F o , - U T L_‘, ___. ——F __ w——-. i ,1. I —» 17‘ '; 11 — 1 41 , ~11 — — — —3— 3 , 3 3 3 3 1 1 3 1 1 — +— 2 + 2 , o 0 % _n ' 3 _ -1 3 _ Am Am/ G Dm G lfjj ' 1 , " " ' , , , ’3” . , ’ g , ; 7 g I M p . gr ! 1 F5 l = . . . I What do I do when light-ning strikes me and I nuke to find that you're not _ _’. _ . ‘. —. — 7 _ . . , , - 79 1, H 1f'~-rvrr. ':1_' '—: :»#= r 3* . -1 $ 0 0 0 0 B 1 0 — —- - - -—— -1 3 '— 3 3-3- -3 -1 —1 3 1 3 — 2+ 2- ——— — » Copyright© 1976 by Big Pig Music Ltd. All Rights for the United States Administered by lntersong U. S.A. . Inc. 54 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  55. 55. C Dm6 E7 Am Am/ G Dm F ' —l¥~~'= *Z"’fi'fL'zF' * l there‘? What do I do to make you want me‘? 1“ i*—'‘-! --—, ‘ - - I A g . or i _a I p I 4 . ,. ,8. ' 0 _"_ 0 d . ‘E E ‘ o—a’ 171 J 1- r '1' 1 1* 1 0 B 9 -3- 3 3‘ 1 3 s 1 9 1 1 3 3 3 0 $ -2- 2 2 W 3 9 3* 0 -3* G C Dm6 E7 Am ‘E 1'. " 9 4- g L_, P o , I E _ I 1. :6 I X f 4 i £41 4 ‘ What have I got to do_ to be heard‘? What do I say when it's all ‘ ‘L a 5 3 4 0 2 ° 3 7 0 3 0 Dm G C G/ B ‘W ,5 '. ; f. ' f ' M - . L~~ ii; 'x—~'. ti” A H 0 — 'er'. ‘ Sor—ry seems to be the hard-cst word. ‘W ' ! 1 T , ..4—’ ,3 To Off, a,—j_, ’.. a’— ‘E f, ~ I __ 4%} L—‘_j__, .. ' _. _ -O 1 I T‘ 4}’ -1--9-' —— ' —+—2— g2—+ ~—33 31 +351 1-“ 030 0 "fem? _ ‘ ‘ 3 _ 2 2 ‘ 1’ 55
  56. 56. i Am Dm6 E F E Am Dm 7- ’ ‘-73- P- 9 ' H P I - I7~—— -2 LI’ 7 E 4 L_£__fl its sad. _ it's so sad. _. Why can't_ we talk it o-ver? /5 1 ll 1 3 4 ll 8 1 9 —5~ '1' 8 7 5 0 0 9 1 2 1 G 3 0 B 9 $ Outro-Verse F Dm E7 Am Am/ G . ' ’ I P I I 1 l I-at E H l . . ' 1 that sor- ry seems to be the hard - est word. What do I do to make you -1 56
  57. 57. do when lighl- ning strikes me‘? What have I got to do‘? 44 I 1‘ x '*'‘'V--——_. f''— 4 , “*1 1 J7 9 1 _l ' ‘ -.7 P . ' ‘P ' 57.7. 1 I ' ; , P .7 :53 7* J 3" ' . ————‘'‘''i at -—‘ 5 7 5 9 0 1 B D 1 3 1 1 1 3 3 3 0 Q 2 2 ~ 3 0 0 0 7 Am Dm Bm7b5 E Am Dm6 57 Am 7 /3 - 0, I 9 *7 #‘7 '9 , 7 , 7 ,7 7 0 '1 ~ H What have I got to do? Sor-ry seems to be the hard—esl word. ‘fix 1 r ‘ ‘ EL? 4_ , _ _ d , * I 44:7,, ‘ . ,_ ,7 O ‘r "P 1: ; L »“'A- »'A—~»'1° H d 1 . ' L_. a :1 3 i. U : 3 ‘U’ ‘U’ 9 1 9 +4 9 4 5A9 1 o G 3 1 2 3 3 1 9 0 9 2 6 D 0 0 9 57
  58. 58. We’ve Only Just Begun words and Music by Roger Nlchols and Paul wllllams Originated. Scanned. Edllad, Packaged & Posted First to avaxhomenus by sKurL Intro Verse Slowly Cmaj7 Fmaj7 Cmaj7 1. We've on - ly just be - 2.. 3.. 4. See additional lyrics F maj7 Em Am To Coda 2 Q Dm7 Am ‘it -1!’ Dm a kiss for luck- and we're on our way. Copyright O 1970 IRVING MUSIC. INC. Copyright Renewed 58 All Rights Reserved Used by Pennission
  59. 59. Fmaj7 1' I I J 0 1 1 2 37 Bridge Cmaj7 Fmaj7 G A Dmaj7 Amaj7 Dmaj7 7. . so ,7 Ti. .7 F I Shar-ing hor - i - zons that are new to us. 0 - ver just the watch-ing the signs a- long the Talk-ing it Gbmaj7 GI>maj7 work-ing to — geth - er day 59
  60. 60. D. S. al Coda I (take 2nd ending) D. S. al Coda 2 Gsus4 i a _, I I *7‘; 5 3| iv’ Additional Lyrics £0 Before the rising sun we fly. So many roads to choose, We start out walking and leam to run. And yes. we've just begun. 3.. 4. And when the evening comes we smile. So much of life ahead. We'll find a place where there‘s room to grow. And yes. we‘ve just begun. 60
  61. 61. Wonderful Tonight words and Music by Eric Clapton Originated. Scanned. Edited. Packaged U: Posted Flrsno avaxhomems by sxurt. F G ‘ I _{ -—— Id-I '——i'*q‘ # '1 4'. ’ "E 0 0 —1- 5 1 2 2 3 1 3: 3 3 0 2 -XVerse C G/ B F G 1 9-: 9' ' 0 0 I _, ‘- : e - 1 F "— — — : v3’l, ., Ln 1:fi_. L_, 1 1. It's Iale in the eve- ning: she's won-d'ring what clothes to wean- 2.. 3. See additional lyrics ' I/3Cl - - - ~ ~ ~ ~ '1 J I I , ‘ _ 0 ¥ ' . [ _ -so 0 J _. _ p i , —_k ' _ _ ea —- 3 2 7 1 1 0 2 1 3 3- 9 3 I} 0 2 3 G/ B F G 9‘ ' 9 p“5« [3 7 5 —* F H V ; 1 1 She puts on her make - up andbrush~es her long blonde hair. _ I/3C1 - - - - - - - - - - - "1 """"H' "1 ""J‘ ' I T 4 ‘ 3--' 1 ' _ J I 3' 1 '— 1 _'_ _ ' ‘h '‘ —''‘ "" 1 ‘I’ -B 1 G & 1 1 9 0*- 3 3 4 3 3 0 D 2 0 2 8 3 3 2 3 3 Copyright © 1977 by Eric Patrick Clapton All Rights for the US. Administered by Unichappell Music Inc. lnlemational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 61 Originated. Scannod. Edited, Paclugod & Pound First to avnxhommwo by uKurL
  62. 62. F G/ B C C/ B Am — _. Kw f£ I: —l—1j—_K—iJ11 I' T i : :—j And then she asks me. “Do I look all right? " And I say. i Z .0 4 _ tea. -Ila: -—lIj-I-In l——l-‘FIE ' I7 3 2 }O—--3- 3 2 2 3 2 3 2 0 0 To Cod [I- F G a-$- C G/ B F I - r"_: — I L’. -E. '.! I§flZ_fl “Yes. you look won—der - ful_ to — night. " — —-'. ““"‘ —'i' . — " T = - ICTH ‘E55 ; I ,1 i 2.. . 1 1 1 0 3 3 1 0 1 3 1 -2- -ll 3 3 3 I2. Bridge G C F G/ B won—der-ful_ be — cause I see_ the C C/ B Am F G/ B F ' - —= * 4 4 A {'3'-. lZl-T ’ ' ' 7 I ! !!IIZZ$ love light in_ your eyes. And the won—der of it allo is that you just don‘! re - a - _p rd - 4-0 4‘ f‘ I ifs: —' v: —-"_ 3 o IXIIZPEI ‘J it ' - 2'0‘ ' — 1 sons 13555 3 fa“10 3 2 ii 2 62
  63. 63. D. S. al Coda ' J lize how much-[ love you. night. Oh. my dar-ling. you were won—der - ful_ to - ' 7/ , , 4! to " r _, 3 J * J L 4 ' ' 4 IF _ 0 L, J A —« I T I I J. " J _. ,4 * ' I _. r _. -d- 7 t‘ ‘.4 1' 1 -0- 1 1 1 0 -I -1- 7 -1- -1- ’- 1 3 l 3 3 1 $ ' 2-9 — -9-" ~20 F a +—3——? ' --0 F T I I Additional Lyrics 2. We go to a party. and everyone tums to see This beautiful lady that's walking around with me. And then she asks me. "Do you feel all right? " And I say. “Yes. I feel wonderful tonight. “ 3. lt‘s time to go home now. and I've got an aching head. So I give her the car keys: she helps me to bed. And then I tell her. as I tum out the light. I say. “My dar| in'. you were wonderful tonight. Oh. my darlin'. you were wonderful tonight. " 63
  64. 64. M[l| ‘ll l: lll! ]lll‘fl]Vlll FilVlll‘llllS fl HAL°LEONARD® Acoustic Rock I‘) ('(inl('lIlptil“. lI'_ acotistic hits in standartl notation and tab: Angie 0 Best of My Love 0 Crazy Little Thing (lztllt-tl l. oc - Dust in the Wind - Fire and Rain - Landslide 0 Layla 0 Learning to Fly 0 Leaving on :1 Jet Plane 0 ~ . l2Il. ',gll‘ . la_ - Viiniegiitii Wootl - I’atit= ncc - Sigits - Teach Your (Zhildrt-n - Time in a Bottle 0 and more. [J(l(i‘)‘)2§ I . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . .S I 2.09 in I'll iipyy y'ii, i. X American Folk Songs For i'I~iI iii. Fingerstyle Guitar 25 songs: including: .-marin_t', Ul‘tlL'l‘ - tinericzt Tlii: B(”. llIIlllll 0 Home On The Range - l'i- ll(‘t’tl Working On The Railroad 0 . ly Old Kt-ntticky Home I Wlwn Johnny CtiIllL‘S . lart‘hing llonie - — — ' ' anti more. 0()(i*)8‘)8l . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. S I 2.9% aw Best Latin Son 5 1‘ great songs aréingctl for lin- i. -,crsty| t- guitar: BC-saiiic Muclio 0 Frcncsi - The Girl front lpant-ma 0 Granada 0 llou ln. ’('ttSlll’t‘ 0 ln()ll(ltllilt‘ 0 blalagiicna - Periidia I Sumnier Santha (So . it‘c) 0 Tito Tim I Wllill a I)ifi'rt-nce a Day . lade 0 Yoti Belong to . 'tI_' ll(’. lt‘I 0 more. ootmisz . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . .Sl_’. ‘l§ Broadway Ballads lot Guitar 21 armngt-nicnts. including: .-II I Ask Of You - Bt-uitcht-tl - I Dreamed . Ilrt-atti 0 . leinory 0 My Funny 'al<-titinc - What I Did I-‘or I. o‘c 0 am] more. 0t)()‘)8981 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . .S I095 Eric Clapton Fingerstyle Guitar Collection 1.’ (Ilapton classics for lillg£‘I‘- style guitar. 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