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The Best Of Police

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Police
Arranger Jeff Holck
Artist The Police
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Bass Recorded Versions
Catalog # 00660207

Price: $14.95

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The Best Of Police Composed by Police. Arranged by Jeff Holck. Performed by The Police. For Electric Bass. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00660207, UPC: 073999602074)

A collection of 19 of their best, including: Can't Stand Losing You • Don't Stand So Close to Me • Every Breath You Take • Message in a Bottle • Roxanne • Wrapped Around Your Finger • and more!
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BORN IN THE 50'S POLICE,THE  
CAN'T STAND LOSING YOU POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
CANARY IN A COALMINE POLICE,THE  
DE DO DO DO DE DA DA DA POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
DON'T STAND SO CLOSE TO ME POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
EVERY LITTLE THING SHE DOES IS MAGIC POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
INVISIBLE SUN POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
KING OF PAIN POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
MAN IN A SUITCASE POLICE,THE  
MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
OMEGAMAN POLICE,THE  
ROXANNE POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
SECRET JOURNEY POLICE,THE  
SPIRITS IN THE MATERIAL WORLD POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
SYNCHRONICITY II POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
WALKING ON THE MOON POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
WHEN THE WORLD IS RUNNING DOWN YOU MAKE POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
WRAPPED AROUND YOUR FINGER POLICE,THE SUMNER,G.M.  
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