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Buddy Holly Lives

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00307053

Price: $24.99

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Product Description

Buddy Holly Lives For Vocal Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00307053, UPC: 884088364717)

A beautiful souvenir songbook featuring 33 songs and an elaborate 24-page introduction with many photos. Includes: Bo Diddley · Crying, Waiting, Hoping · Everyday · I'm Lookin' for Someone to Love · It's So Easy · Maybe Baby · Not Fade Away · Oh Boy! · Peggy Sue · Peggy Sue Got Married· Real Wild Child · That'll Be the Day · Well All Right · Wishing · (You're So Square) Baby, I Don't Care · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BABY I DON'T CARE  
BLUE DAYS, BLACK NIGHTS  
BO DIDDLEY  
BROWN-EYED HANDSOME MAN  
CRYING, WAITING, HOPING  
EARLY IN THE MORNING  
EVERYDAY  
HEARTBEAT  
I'M LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO LOVE  
IT DOESN'T MATTER ANYMORE  
IT'S SO EASY  
LEARNING THE GAME  
LISTEN TO ME  
LOVE'S MADE A FOOL OF YOU  
MAYBE BABY  
MIDNIGHT SHIFT  
NOT FADE AWAY  
OH BOY!  
PEGGY SUE  
PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED  
RAINING IN MY HEART  
RAVE ON  
REAL WILD CHILD  
REMINISCING  
THAT'LL BE THE DAY  
THINK IT OVER  
TRUE LOVE WAYS  
VALLEY OF TEARS  
WELL ALL RIGHT  
WHAT TO DO  
WISHING  
WORDS OF LOVE  
YOU'VE GOT LOVE  

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