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Best of Todd Rundgren
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Best of Todd Rundgren

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Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Artist Todd Rundgren
Publisher Cherry Lane Music Co Inc
Catalog # 02502442

Price: $19.99

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Product Description

Best of Todd Rundgren Performed by Todd Rundgren. For Vocal Folio. Published by Cherry Lane Music Co Inc. (Catalog # 02502442, UPC: 884088662998)

15 songs from this musical pioneer's long career, including: Bang the Drum All Day · Be Nice to Me · Can We Still Be Friends · Compassion · Couldn't I Just Tell You · A Dream Goes On Forever · Hello, It's Me · I Saw the Light · It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference · Just One Victory · Love Is the Answer · Love of the Common Man · Real Man · Sometimes I Don't Know What to Feel · We Got to Get You a Woman. Includes a bio and a timeline of his many groundbreaking endeavors.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
•A DREAM GOES ON FOREVER  
•BANG THE DRUM ALL DAY  
•BE NICE TO ME  
•CAN WE STILL BE FRIENDS  
•COMPASSION  
•COULDN'T I JUST TELL YOU  
•HELLO, IT'S ME  
•I SAW THE LIGHT  
•IT WOULDN'T HAVE MADE ANY DIFFERENCE  
•JUST ONE VICTORY  
•LOVE IS THE ANSWER  
•LOVE OF THE COMMON MAN  
•REAL MAN  
•SOMETIMES I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO FEEL  
•WE GOT TO GET YOU A WOMAN  

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