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Amy Grant Greatest Hits

Amy Grant Greatest Hits

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Barnhill/Greenberg/W
Arranger Amy Grant
Artist Gill/Grant
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100257
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Amy Grant Greatest Hits Composed by Barnhill/Greenberg/W. Arranged by Amy Grant. Performed by Gill/Grant. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100257, UPC: 884088269654)

19 songs from the legendary Christian cross-over artist, including: Angels • Baby Baby • El Shaddai • Every Heartbeat • Father's Eyes • Find a Way • Good for Me • I Will Remember You • Lead Me On • Simple Things • Stay for Awhile • That's What Love Is For • and more.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELS GRANT/WILLIAMS BANNISTER/CHAPMAN/CH  
BABY BABY GRANT,AMY GRANT/THOMAS  
EL SHADDAI GRANT,AMY CARD/THOMPSON  
EVERY HEARTBEAT GRANT,AMY GRANT/KIRKPATRICK/PE  
FATHER'S EYES GRANT,AMY CHAPMAN,GARY  
FIND A WAY GRANT,AMY GRANT/SMITH/WEISFELD  
GOOD FOR ME GRANT,AMY GRANT/GRUSKA/KIRKPAT  
HOUSE OF LOVE GILL/GRANT BARNHILL/GREENBERG/W  
I WILL REMEMBER YOU GRANT/MCLACHLAN CHAPMAN/EGAN/GRANT/M  
IN A LITTLE WHILE GRANT/UNCLE KRACK GRANT/BANNISTER/CHAP  
LEAD ME ON GRANT,AMY GRANT/KIRKPATRICK/LA  
LUCKY ONE,THE GRANT,AMY GRANT/THOMAS  
OLD MAN'S RUBBLE GRANT,AMY BANNISTER,BROWN  
SAVED BY LOVE GRANT,AMY GRANT/PETERS/SMITH  
SIMPLE THINGS GRANT,AMY AVILA JR/KING/HARRIS  
STAY FOR AWHILE GRANT,AMY GRANT/KIRKPATRICK/SM  
TAKES A LITTLE TIME GRANT,AMY GRANT/KIRKPATRICK  
THAT'S WHAT LOVE IS FOR GRANT,AMY GRANT/MUELLER/OMARTI  
THY WORD GRANT,AMY GRANT/SMITH  
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