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Shrek (book)


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Shrek (book)

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  3. 3. “Working with the band Halfcocked on the song “Bad Once upon a time in a far away swamp there "ved an ornery Reputation" was a true pleasure. What a great band. and _ _ _ _ what a great movielll" ogre named Shrek (Mike Myers) whose precious solitude is - Joe Barresi, producer af "Bad Reputation" suddenly shattered by an invasion of annoying fairy tale char- acters. There are blind mice in his food, a big, bad wolf in his bed, three little homeless pigs, and more, all banished from “We really enjoyed working on the soundtrack for the movie their kingdom by the evi) Lord Farquaad (John Lithgow) Shrek. It was the lirst animated movie l personally had ever seen and thought Eddie Murphy was off the hook. We hope Determined to save their home-not to mention his own- to be a pan of a Dreamworks production again soon. " Shrek cuts a deal with Farquaad and sets out to rescue the “sala” “Wa” 53h51 “e” beautiful Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz) to be Farquaad's bride. Accompanying him on his mission is a wisecracking Donkey (Eddie Murphy) who will do anything for Shrek . . . except shut up. Rescuing the Princess from a fire-breathing dragon may prove the least of their problems when the deep, dark secret she has been keeping is revealed. Shrek is based on the children's book by William Steig. a r : f: v . . . / . .i . . `Âb~ , ,í . få " ' - / Når* " ê , . t; ' lútïžžr J' f "v . "Nan, VM: ~ t, .g Ja r , l ~ G. ' 'a Z ,
  4. 4. “We (Halfcocked) had an amazing time being involved vrlth the Shrek soundtrack, Not only are we extremely honored to cover a song by one ot our herbs, Joan Jetl. but we also feel privileged to be part of such a great. successful project that uses a bitter. ugly. green ogre as its star Thanks. Shrek/ l" Rock on! - Sarah Relfkopp. lead singer for Ha/ fcocked (performed 'Bad Reputatioifl ABOUT THE PRODUCTION In some ways, Shrekis your classic fairy tale. It has a hero, a beautiful princess, and a dastardly villain. Unlike the fairy tales of old, however, the hero is an ugly, ilI-tempered ogre, the princess is not all she appears to be, and the villain has some obvious shortcomings. Shrek producer and DreamWorks principal Jeffrey Katzenberg notes, "Shrek kind of looks backwards at all the fairy tale tra- ditions we grew up on, and takes great fun turning all those storytelling conventions upside-down and inside-out. " Producer and head of PDI/ DreamWorks Aron Warner agrees that a lot of the fun in Shrek comes from Iampooning some of our most beloved fairy tale Characters, even throwing in some Mother Goose favorites for good measure. "We basically took every fairy tale in the book and turned it on its side. Nothing is sacred; every fairy tale gets roasted. These characters are ripe for parody because they're part of the cosmic conscious- ness, so to speak. "
  5. 5. ln addition to breaking the mold of fairy tale conventions, Shrek also showcases some amazing breakthroughs in what have been referred to as the "Holy Grails" of computer ani- mation, the first being realistic humans, who are able to express both dialogue and emotion through a complex facial animation system developed at PDl. Using special tools called "Shapers" the animators were able to achieve sophisticated facial and body movements by applying interacting Iayers of bone, muscle, fat, skin, hair, and clothing. There are also advances in the creation of rich, organic environments; clothing that moves, wrinkles and reacts to light like real-life fabric; fire; and fluids of different viscosities, achieved using POI/ DreamWorks' award-winning Fluid Animation System (FLU). "The computer has been revolutionary in animation-not evo- lutionary, revolutionary. There is absolutely no question that Shrek is far and above anything that's been done in computer animation, " says Katzenberg, who is quick to qualify, "for at least ten seconds. Yes, it's state of the art, but do I think it will be the benchmark for a long time to come? No. lt will be the benchmark for about a day or two. l say that with a sense of humor, but that's what's exciting about computer animation; it's evolving exponentially. With today's digital tools, it seems if we can dream it, we can make it. " Of course, long before they could dream it, the filmmakers had to read it. The movie Shrek has its origins in a short illus- trated book of the same name by award-winning children's author William Steig. Steig's story of an ogre who sets out into the world to find adventure first came to the attention of producer John H. Williams via a very close source. Williams recounts, "Every development deal starts with a pitch and my pitch came from my then kindergartner, in collaboration with -' J-ï. . his pre-school brother. Upon our second reading of Shrek, the kindergartner started quoting large segments of the book pre- tending he could read them. Even as an adult, l thought Shrek was outrageous, irreverent, iconoclastic, gross, and just a lot of fun. He was a great movie character in search of a movie. " Screenwrlters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, who had previous- ly worked with Katzenberg and Warner on Antz, collaborated with Joe Stillman and Roger S. H. Schulman to adapt the story into an animated action adventure, told with humor and heart, under the direction of Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson. The heart ofthe story is found in what could be called-in the language of all tables-the moral of the story. Vicky Jenson relates, "The story is about self-acceptance and that things aren't always as they appear. We definitely turn the concept of beauty on its ear, which l think is a very powerful theme. " That being said, Adamson adds, “Yes, there's a moral to the story and it has tremendous heart, but all of that, l hope, comes ultimately through humor. " "We set out to create a joyful, fun expression of all the things we'd like to see and, really, to make ourselves laugh, " Warner agrees. "I think humor is universal when it's good, and there's a lot of stuff to laugh at in this movie, depending on what you know and remember about the world of fairy tales. We hit on elements that have been so much a part of all our lives, and we had the right actors in the right place at the right time. lt just all came together. "
  6. 6. Accompanying the characters on their adventures is a musi- cal score composed by Harry Gregson-Williams and John Powell, who had previously collaborated on the scores of DreamWorks' animated hits Antz and Chicken Run. Juxtaposed with the orchestral score in the film are song selections from an eclectic group of artists, including Baha Men, Smash Mouth, Joan Jett, Rupert Holmes, Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, and DreamWorks recording artists eels, Self, Leslie Carter, and Dana Glover. Glover's song, "lt Is You (I Have Loved), " was originally a score cue from com- posers Gregson-Williams and Powell, to which Glover wrote lyrics, turning it into one of the featured songs in the film. Like the story, the songs will relate differently to audiences, depending on their age and musical tastes, but, Katzenberg offers, "As much as any movie I've worked on these last 20 years, this one genuinely has something for everyone. It's such an irreverent comedy, but at its core is an incredible heart. It really talks to the fact that there's a place for each and every one of us, and someone to share it with. " Long before Shrek was animated. the filmmakers hand- picked many of these songs. Each holds a lyric that tells us more of our story and expresses Shrek's point of view. The songs are as eclectic as our fairy tale creatures. These musicians and songwriters have great wit and a keen sense of adventure. Our composers. Harry and John. blended these songs with their original underscore to cre- ate a one of a kind musical journey. - Marylata E. Jacob, Music Supervisor Warner agrees, "I think its theme is a very important one these days-that beauty not only isn't everything, it can mean absolutely nothing. We live in a world that's obsessed with the way people look. l love the fact that we were able to tell a story where the so-called beautiful people don't always win. " Katzenberg concludes, "lt really is an allegory in which we can find something about our own lives. Each of our characters comes to understand that there is something wonderful- warts and all-about who they are. I think that's true for all of us: that the people who ultimately come to know and love us see the strengths inside of us. Whether you're a princess, a donkey, or even a big, green, stinky ogre, you can find love and happiness. " Shrek was the third film that Harry and l scored together for Jeffrey Katzenberg and DreamWorks. So you'd think that it would be getting easier. wouldn't you? Whilst it was a wonderful film to work on (we could tell that from the first rough cut we saw), and whilst we were teamed up with a great group of people (some of whom we knew very well by then-the darling Marylata Jacob, for one), Shrek was still, with all of these advantages. a difficult project to do. At times Harry and I felt as if we were crossing the same rickety bridge that Shrek and Donkey crossed above the lake of fiery lava (but l can't reveal who was the fright- ened one). Making music for this film required us to walk a thin line between sentiment and subversion, truthful emotion and sticky sap. comedy and action, fruit and nuts. But like Shrek and Donkey. we got to the other side and wondered what all of the hollering had been about, - John Powell, co-composer of musical score (with Harry Gregson- Williams) "It is rare to have an opportunity to work on a movie such as Shrek. l was thrilled and honored to collaborate with composers l so admire. " - Dana Glover. artist and lyric/ st for 'lt Is You (I Have Loved) "
  7. 7. SI-: REK - Voiced by Mike Myers, Shrek is a big, green, ugly, smelly ogre. Perfectly content just living alone in his swamp, he enjoys taking mud showers, eating forest critters, and scaring the spit out of anyone who crosses his path. lt takes a princess that packs a punch to finally soften his heart. DOEJÉKEY - Voiced by Eddie Murphy, this Donkey's no jackass-he talks, sings, hums, dances, and just won't shut up. As Shrek's unlikely sidekick, it doesn't take long to see his charming and optimistic nature. He finds true friendship and a hot romance where he least expects it. PRIPSOESS I-'IODÉA - Voiced by Cameron Diaz, Princess Fiona is every guy's dream. She is not only beautiful, but She's able to drop-kick a band of outlaws and eats weed- rats with the best of them. She's smart, tough, and spirited, but she is also a princess with a deep, dark secret who waits patiently for her one true love to sweep her off her feet. LORD I-'ARQUAAD - Voiced by John Lithgow, Lord Farquaad, the measly four-foot-tall ruler of Duloc, is the antithesis of Shrek-neat, orderly, and power-hungry. He's a control freak who would like nothing better than to rid the land of all undesirable fairy tale creatures and create his own per- fect world. čp`_l, Mike Myers. the l voice of Shrek Cameron Diaz the voice o! Princess Fiona 4:. .. . "Â Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson. directors Eddie Murphy, the voice o! Donkey t. .. John Lithgow, the VOICE of Lord Farquaad
  8. 8. Stay Home Words and Music by Matt Mahaffey Moderately pårñmi. ,thi e 243174. : u : th-Â _r Li - p Copyright © 2001 Songs Of SKG (BMI) Worldwide Rights for Songs Of SKG Admiriistered by Cherry River Music Co. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 9
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  14. 14. I'm a Believer Words and Music by Neil Diamond Moderately slow, with a strong beat thought love was thought love was more fair ~ y tales, meant for some - one else but not_ for ' ` thing. Seems the more- I gave, the less_ I : ís: - “ _'11 me. Love was out to get__ me. got. (D. S.) What's the use in try - ing? "ił __ If J ; j _ _ ųúï' r l Original key: F å! major. This edition has been transposed up one half-step to be more playable. ©1966 (Renewed) STONEBRIDGE MUSIC and FORAY MUSIC All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured Used by Permission 15
  15. 15. .Bi . Bi E F Ê H giv gij J 2 [ r J Thafsthe way it seemed. Dis - ap-point - ment haunt- ed all_ my got All you get is pain. When I want - ed sun - shine, I å” uur J nie 5 å 16
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  18. 18. Like Wow Words and Music by Jimmy Harry and Sandra St. Victor Moderate Pop Guitarí* G C (Capo 3rdfrel) Piano B b El; V V Ev-'ry-thing looks right stand - in' in ___ your light. __ Evïry-thing feels ___ to do'7__ I'm feel - in _f you; - you're on my_ mind. I wanvna be with you, _ _ í í_ _ ííšíííx-*í å. í --í- xíi `. / y/ 'H ' v . ; I _ _ïLy _ 1 ©1999, 2001 EMI VlHGlN MUSIC, lNC. , WHORGAMUSCA, EMl APFHL MUS| C lNC. and MAANAMl MUS| C All Rights for WHORGAMUS| CA controlled and Administered by EMl VlFlGlN MUSIC, INC. All Rights for MAANAMI MUSIC controlled and Administered by EMI APRIL MUSIC INC, All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured Used by Permission 19
  19. 19. KOOO 0 0 Blø El: 7-1 sê? " 3; 7 f' 'i' a 4- -7 n ñ _i v íł g? í 'cause when you're stand - in' nextL to maí. .. it's like wow! _ l A A A : - ` ': -:- V . L/ i x/ la ' š` 7 x` 7 C El: _ = - . _ a d _ , J a J 7 You know, your kiss - es seem_ to set í me free. __ It's like wow! _ we touch, _ it's such . _
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  25. 25. It Is You (I Have Loved) Words by Dana Glover Music by Harry Gregson-Wiliiams, John Powell and Gavin Greenaway Moderately Em Bm/ D 8va . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ , _ _ . _ _ _łï _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ , _ . _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ , _ , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ . _ _ _ _ . , , , . _ _ _ _ _ . . _ . _ . "W i G/ B Am9 G/ B Cadd2 xo on loca Moderately fast smile that' s There`s a Copyright ©2001 Songs Of SKG (BMI) and SKG Songs (ASCAP) Worldwide Rights for Songs Oi SKG Administered by Cherry River Music Co. Worldwide Rights for SKG Songs Adminislered by Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company, Inc. 26 International Copyright Secured AII Rights Reserved
  26. 26. Bm7 ex - peet - ed 0 à be - long? 'šTl E be Could it Cadd2 Z 1 z a yOU is It IO n'lly clear , __ ñ is There's no more mys z 27
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  33. 33. The Best Years of Our Lives (Part I) Words and Music by David Jaymes and Geoffrey Deane Moderately get s ' T ' ' whcn _ you in _____ my eyes. When we I could hard » ly _ he - lievc My world's _ a bet - ter place _ 'cause I know- you`re mine. heart skips _ a beat, girl, _ I fcel so í a - live. ` w pen _ and we could _ a - chieve. So real_ and it's nOT sur - prise. l wan - na say, J z ©1982 BUSINESS ART PRODUCTIONS LTD, , EMI SONGS LTD. and CHFlYSALIS MUSIC LTD. All Rights forBUSINESS ART PRODUCTIONS LTD. and EMI SONGS LTD. in the U. S. and Canada controlled and Administered by EMI APRIL MUSIC INC. 34 All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured Used by Permission
  34. 34. D/ A 'ní - 1:1 nu? 1. II. true. time. 1S OLll' this T of T you _ Please let' s ed T are T D/ A yeah. was you still mine. your side. byT makes me wanna dance. - In - toyour eyes 35
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  36. 36. A E A D o šnš E? E _a . n _= _-__5-___ T! -T-s-T-g . __- T= - like No-tre Dame. _ This is why _ I had to get my shine on. I break a lít- tle some-thing to keep _ my mind . e HFäï Bäš ' ' “"` _ --'--í~ eí. = 9 7 E A D my mind gone. Uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh. Turn_ the lights on. Comeon, 'cause you had . in I I “_____ Lúïjz___z _í let's just re-wind the song. _ 'Cause all I wan-na do is make the rest years the best years Coda II g o. , a Tacet D. s. s. al Coda 11 years of our 37
  37. 37. Bad Reputation Words and Music by Joan Jett, Kenny Laguna, Ritchie Cordell and Many Kupersmith C $$C Play 4 times ? I Tacet l don`tgive a damn a-bout my want » ed fraid of T trou - ble, there's *Recorded a half step lower. Copyright © 1980 Jett Pack Music Inc. 38 All Rights Reserved Used by Permission
  38. 38. And a girl can doT what she And I'm al - ways feel- ing good when I'm And I don't real - ly care And ev - 'ry - one can say what they n 1' 7. l . (s'u__; ___; -=1== = that's what I'm gon - na don't have to please no I ain't gon - na nev - er gets bet - ter 39
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  43. 43. gets her Iit us tIe through all heart, it kinds could of weath ex - plode. - CI'. She will aI-ways be the that comes from liv - ing world that' s
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  45. 45. You Belong to Me Words and Music by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price Moderately Guitar C Em F c ““””7"'f"" E? Ê EE? Piano G Bm C G 'f O n e F Fm C G/ B Am Dsus2 Gsus-ł C A E' Êłñš åäå åëå C Cm G D/ Ftl Em Asus2 Dsus4 G 7 . i T (` Em F 0 0 O OOO W E E G Bm C _Le J_. 132? See the pyr - a-mids a - long the watch the sun-rise from the See the mar-keuplacc in old Al - giers, _ send me phoųo-graphs and r. ' i ll. ._l__lj ___íí . 107:- I l __ _ZB à 1 ' Xí trop - ie islc. _ Just re - mem-ber, dar - lin`, all the while, _ sou » ve » nirs. T Just re - mem-bcr when a dream ap - pears, _ I X_/ ê or * Recorded a half-step lower. © 1952 (Renewed) RIDGEWAY MUSIC COMPANY, INC. 46 All Rights Reserved Used by Permission
  46. 46. Il. ||2 Dsus2 Gsus4 Dlsus2 Gsus4 0 O XOO 0 0 XC 0 Asus2 Dsus4 Asus2 Dsus4 T JJ. ' "ZÉíÉ v _' _g-d- , T And I'll be so a - lone _ with- out T you; -~. _ __ T . 5 då x . r g à _- l J ñ íų-ų- ræú; t 1 r ' , . ł l l Em F C O OOO W* O 0 Bm C G : łlíïėíè - å-í , -_- . _- " Z Xł siI r ver plane, _ see the jun - gie when it's wet with rain. _ ãí_l_íí n W z -íųíy _ g I z ` . . . i . . : wecy T y - 47
  47. 47. F F m C G/ B Am T" Cod” Dsus2 Gsus4 m m m mm *a se C Cm G D/ Ftl Em Asus2 Dsus4 Eu : te ii-. CAÊHÉ to me. T Just re»mem-ber till you're home a - gain, _ you be e long A . r. íí "IZ= "*_' llgïí-ííí 48
  48. 48. Words and Music by Greg Camp Moderately G D Am C * a m m m fi "H te “Lari ~ - Some - bod - y once told me the worldT is gon . na roll me, I Shc was look-in' kind of dumbwith her fin- ïår-tEpïildšlšł-øm-Pàä; ł ger and her thumb in the shape of an “II” on her fore - head. Well, the _ïVÊ-IQF7É *Recorded a half step lower. ©1999 WARNER-TAMERLANE PUBLISHING CORP. and SQUISH MOTH MUSIC All Rights Administered by WARNER-TAMEFILANE PUBLISHING CORP. All Rights Reserved Used by Permission 49
  49. 49. G D Am C xooo o o o o o FłJSíííTTTííí-qí years start comrin' and they don`t stop com-in'. Fed to the rules and l hit the ground run-ninï Ešãrii n i à u o] r I p G D Am C Did~n`t make sense not to live for fun; your bruin gets smart, but yourhcad gets dumb. _ to do, so much_ to sec, so what's wrong_with nev - cr know if you don't . You'll nev - er shine if you don't glow.
  50. 50. get your game on, you're a rock star; get the show
  51. 51. ai ra ne* a-_Irve ÊÊPÊ: f: TIÊÉ diÉ åšJëaít cool place, and they say it gets cold»er. You're bun-dled up now; wait till you get old-er. But the judg-ing by the hole in the sat-el-lite piciture. The ice we The wa-tefs get-tin' wurm. so you might as well swim. My world's on N. CI. ).S. al Coda J : fa-"ía" -1 _d i 53 : r ? r ñ - re, how 'bout yoursíl, That's the way l like it and I'll nev- er get bored.
  52. 52. you're an all star; Hey now, you`re a rock star; get the show on, get paid. And TJ. PE ' V glit- ters is gold. T On - ly shoot-in' stars. .. a Some
  53. 53. G D Am7 xooo o o o o of? bod » y once asked could l spare some change for gas, “I need to G; P énzz C . , P Ê E E Ê å E : E: d = = ! sii ç/ v get my- self a - way from this place. " I said, "Yep, _ what a congcept! I could use _ I'ZZí -__íí: í'*'_ _í_zjzjí'_íú 1.- . . ci s' . ..a ' - « x / J v åžãå ííí 1-1' “Fj r í com - in' and they don't stop
  54. 54. å: å HJ `fï i ? á Fed to the rules and I hit the ground run-nin'. Díd-n't make sense not to live for fun; your Cát” C G C 7 ñ *ïås íłš EE X. / brain gets smart, but your head gets dumb. _ So much to do, so much- to see, so what's wrong_ ÊFÊEÉE "ååï tak » ing the back-streets? You'll nev-er know if you don't nev - er shine if you don't glow. Hey now, you're an all star; get your gi r ãåï 55
  55. 55. G C xoon o o å 'r EJ-ï -+ Aš; å 'r H Hey ow get the you're a rock star, n: Êaàèrï-ã show on, get paid, And all that glit-ters is gold. _í On - ly shoot»in` i . si a On - ly shoot- in'
  56. 56. Hallelujah Words and Music by Leonard Cohen Moderately slow, in 2 C Am C oo a o o o L s 354' ïlãïíïšg išg l. I've heard there was a se - eret chord that 2:5. See additional lyrics Copyright © 1995 Sony/ ATV Songs LLC All Rights Administered by Sony/ ATV Music Publishing, 8 Music Square West, Nashville, TN 37203 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 57
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  59. 59. 60 lv Additional Lyrics Your faith was strong, but you needed proof. You saw her bathing on the roof. Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew you. She tied you to a kitchen chair. She broke your throne; she cut your hair. And from your lips she drew the Hallelujah. (Ta Chorus) . Maybe l have been here before. I know this room; I've walked this floor. l used to live alone before l knew you. I've seen your flag on the marble arch. Love is not a Victory march. It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah. (To Chorus) . There was a time you let me know What's real and going on below. But now you never show it to me. do you? And remember when I moved in you, The holy dark was movin' too, And every breath we drew was Hallelujah. (Ta Chorus) . Maybe there's a God above, And all I ever learned from love Was how to shoot at someone who outdrew you, And it's nota cry you can hear at night. It's not somebody wh0's seen the light. It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah. (To Chorus)
  60. 60. I'm on My Way Words and Music by Charles Reid and Craig Reid ršñ Moderate Blues Shuffle Guitar à- G (capo Istfret) “” ' I'm on my way Uh - huh (uh-huh), uh-huh (uh-huh). EI:7 Êłårúięv | u = ___ [lag v J d / ,à _a ííííï-gïííííl: I'm on my way from mis - er - y to hap 4 pí - ness to - day. _ Uh - Illlf' b . ->_ : as'-'-ï= f 1 'g--_---__, ų"'_= š=à= íí'-ííš Eæãi i i n -__i ÊÉí-EÉ V d. .d- -r ». _í_ų__íd_dj ©1988 WARNER BROS. MUSIC LTD. All Rights in the Western Hemisphere Administered by WARNER-TAMERLANE PUBLISHING CORP. AII Rights Reserved Used by Permission 61
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  62. 62. 7 -d- huh (uh - huh), uh - huh (uh - huh), huh (uh - huh), uh - huh (uh - huh), took a right turn and yes - ter - day. Yeah, , do the best E Al: Di: l took the road that broughtme to your home_ town. To keep my feet from jump-in' from the ground. dear. i? :á to streets that l could walk down. from jump - in' through my mouth, dear. åieãåëiš icarjå i ' 'al 63
  63. 63. X U O 0 XDOO ELIJ E Ab bla Ab 7 UTTÊPT + ii -r-mã , .t a . I , à a- , , , t a- I walked the streets to ñnd the one I'd looked t`or. I climbed the staír that To keep the past, the past and not the pres - ent. To try and learn when led me to your front you teach me a les " , ._. _ę_ía= íåłíł/ ł/ g an - y - thing. ___ I'll have_ Al Jol »
  64. 64. huh (uh - huh), uh - huh (uh huh), yeah. Im on my way v' . ?å í - í 'Êï ' _ W O aia* F, 'Q : J n g s a V M a = ' ' ' íäÉ -: l . .và-. r-p-I-_ïï --~ 1-5 w' . i 4- . l a j, t 4 . . 'r * K; L L . mis - er - y to hap - pl - ness to - day, a yeah, _ yeah, _ yeah, _ yeah. l . , ; KK! ! . b I I 4 ? M a 65 i d
  65. 65. you'll I want from this world. And years from now, to what . I : E i: i' that - der you re-eeive up yon ry ~ thing SV And to the next world. it make -in-um : GPL ÉíT--í lílçøí n I | |2. D7 E EI:7 wan - dered. I the day me I wan - dered. the day me is what you gave Repeat and fade p m on my way. _ I.
  66. 66. I'm a Believer (reprise) Words and Music by Neil Diamond Moderately fast Then I saw her face: Now I'm__ a be - liev trace of doubt_ in my mind. I'm in love. I'm a be - © 1966 (Renewed) STONEBRIDGE MUSIC and FORAY MUSIC AII Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured Used by Permission 67
  67. 67. (1. saw her face.
  68. 68. lieve, I he-Iieve, I be-lieve, I be-lieve, l be<lieve, I believe. I be-lieve, l be-lieve, I be - I , , _ , :E
  69. 69. True Love's First Kiss Music by Harry Gregson-Williams and John Powell 7.J_/ _, ú__: __ _ . ._. 'n llíííííííííííííííííííííííííí* ga: uí-, łł- ' '. 4. Copyright © 2001 Songs Of SKG (BMI) and SKG Songs (ASCAP) Worldwide Rights Ior Songs Of SKG Administered by Cherry River Music Co. Worldwide Rights for SKG Songs Administered by Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company, Inc. 70 International Copyright Secured AII Rights Reserved
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