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Be Smart Don't Start

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Conductor
Composer Hawthorne/Wilson
Publisher Hope Publishing Co
Catalog # 978

Price: $14.95

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Be Smart Don't Start Composed by Hawthorne/Wilson. For Conductor. Published by Hope Publishing Co. (Catalog # 978)

As the title indicates, this is a musical that combines great songs, a good sense of humor and a serious message - "say no to drugs." Performance time approx. 40 minutes.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BE SMART DON'T START HAWTHORN/WILSON  
BE SMART DON'T START HAWTHORN/WILSON  
CAPTAIN SPECIFIC HAWTHORN/WILSON  
CAPTAIN SPECIFIC HAWTHORN/WILSON  
CURIOSITY HAWTHORN/WILSON  
CURIOSITY HAWTHORN/WILSON  
EVERYBODY HAS TO SAY NO HAWTHORN/WILSON  
EVERYBODY HAS TO SAY NO HAWTHORN/WILSON  
EVERYBODY HAS TO SAY NO HAWTHORN/WILSON  
EVERYBODY HAS TO SAY NO HAWTHORN/WILSON  
GET INVOLVED HAWTHORN/WILSON  
GET INVOLVED HAWTHORN/WILSON  
IT TAKES TIME HAWTHORN/WILSON  
IT TAKES TIME HAWTHORN/WILSON  
IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO QUIT HAWTHORN/WILSON  
IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO QUIT HAWTHORN/WILSON  
IT'S OK HAWTHORN/WILSON  
IT'S OKAY HAWTHORN/WILSON  
MAGIC WORD,THE HAWTHORN/WILSON  
MAGIC WORD,THE HAWTHORN/WILSON  
WE'VE GOT PRIDE HAWTHORN/WILSON  
WE'VE GOT PRIDE HAWTHORN/WILSON  

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