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The Best Of Patsy Cline #50
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The Best Of Patsy Cline #50

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Arranger Patsy Cline
Artist Patsy Cline
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00102114

Price: $9.99

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The Best Of Patsy Cline #50 Arranged by Patsy Cline. Performed by Patsy Cline. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00102114, UPC: 073999021141)

Features 24 of her all-time classics, including: Back in Baby's Arms • Crazy • I Fall to Pieces • Leavin' on Your Mind • San Antonio Rose • She's Got You • Sweet Dreams • Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray • Walkin' After Midnight • The Wayward Wind • Why Can't He Be You • Your Cheatin' Heart • more!
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BACK IN BABY'S ARMS CLINE,PATSY  
BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY CLINE,PATSY MONROE,BILL  
CRAZY CLINE,PATSY  
FADED LOVE CLINE,PATSY  
FOOLIN' 'ROUND CLINE,PATSY  
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN LONELY (HAVE YOU EVER CLINE,PATSY  
HEARTACHES CLINE,PATSY  
I FALL TO PIECES CLINE,PATSY  
LEAVIN' ON YOUR MIND CLINE,PATSY  
LOOSE TALK CLINE,PATSY  
SAN ANTONIO ROSE CLINE,PATSY  
SEVEN LONELY DAYS CLINE,PATSY SHUMAN/BROWN  
SHE'S GOT YOU CLINE,PATSY  
SO WRONG CLINE,PATSY  
STRANGE CLINE,PATSY  
SWEET DREAMS CLINE,PATSY  
THERE HE GOES CLINE,PATSY  
THREE CIGARETTES IN AN ASHTRAY CLINE,PATSY  
WALKIN' AFTER MIDNIGHT CLINE,PATSY HECHT/BLOCK  
WAYWARD WIND,THE CLINE,PATSY  
WHEN I GET THROUGH WITH YOU (YOU'LL LOVE CLINE,PATSY  
WHY CAN'T HE BE YOU CLINE,PATSY  
YOU'RE STRONGER THAN ME CLINE,PATSY  
YOUR CHEATIN' HEART CLINE,PATSY WILLIAMS,HANK  
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