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Best of The Supremes #317
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Best of The Supremes #317

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Desc #317
Artist The Supremes
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100198

Price: $8.95

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Best of The Supremes #317 Performed by The Supremes. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100198, UPC: 073999759907)

Features 15 soulful, toe-tappin' chart-toppers from The Supremes, all in our world-famous notation: Baby Love • Come See About Me • I Hear a Symphony • My World Is Empty Without You • Stop! In the Name of Love • Where Did Our Love Go • You Can't Hurry Love • more!
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BABY LOVE SUPREMES,THE DOZIER/HOLLAND  
BACK IN MY ARMS AGAIN SUPREMES,THE DOZIER/HOLLAND  
COME SEE ABOUT ME SUPREMES,THE DOZIER/HOLLAND  
HAPPENING,THE SUPREMES,THE DEVOL/DOZIER/HOLLAND  
I HEAR A SYMPHONY SUPREMES,THE DOZIER/HOLLAND  
LOVE CHILD ROSS/SUPREMES RICHARDS/SAWYER/TAYL  
LOVE IS HERE AND NOW YOU'RE GONE SUPREMES,THE DOZIER/HOLLAND  
MY WORLD IS EMPTY WITHOUT YOU SUPREMES,THE DOZIER/HOLLAND  
REFLECTIONS SUPREMES,THE HOLLAND/DOZIER/MONK/  
SOMEDAY WE'LL BE TOGETHER ROSS/SUPREMES FUQUA/BEAVERS/BRISTO  
STONED LOVE SUPREMES,THE SAMOHT/WILSON  
STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE SUPREMES,THE DOZIER/HOLLAND  
WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO SUPREMES,THE DOZIER/HOLLAND  
YOU CAN'T HURRY LOVE SUPREMES,THE DOZIER/HOLLAND  
YOU KEEP ME HANGIN' ON SUPREMES,THE DOZIER/HOLLAND  
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