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Carole King #133
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Carole King #133

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Artist Carole King
Publisher Emi Music Publishing
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100306

Price: $9.99

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Carole King #133 Performed by Carole King. For Easy Play Today. Published by Emi Music Publishing. (Catalog # 00100306, UPC: 884088572358)

16 smash hits from Carole King, all in our world-famous notation: Beautiful • Chains • Home Again • I Feel the Earth Move • It's Too Late • Jazzman • The Loco-Motion • (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman • Smackwater Jack • So Far Away • Sweet Seasons • Tapestry • Up on the Roof • Where You Lead • Will You Love Me Tomorrow (Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow) • You've Got a Friend.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BEAUTIFUL KING,CAROLE BRICKMAN/BURKUM/CASH  
CHAINS KING,CAROLE KING,CAROLE  
HOME AGAIN KING,CAROLE KING,CAROLE  
I FEEL THE EARTH MOVE KING,CAROLE KING,CAROLE  
IT'S TOO LATE KING,CAROLE HAYES/KING/KRIKORIAN  
JAZZMAN KING,CAROLE KING,C/PALMER  
LOCO-MOTION,THE KING,CAROLE GOFFIN/KING,C  
SMACKWATER JACK KING,CAROLE GOFFIN/KING  
SO FAR AWAY KING,CAROLE KING/KNOPFLER/SLOAN  
SWEET SEASONS KING,CAROLE KING/STERN  
TAPESTRY KING,CAROLE KING,C/JONES  
UP ON THE ROOF KING,CAROLE GOFFIN/KING  
WHERE YOU LEAD KING,CAROLE KING,C./STERN  
WILL YOU LOVE ME TOMORROW (WILL YOU STIL KING,CAROLE GOFFIN/KING  
YOU MAKE ME FEEL LIKE A NATURAL WOMAN KING,CAROLE GOFFIN/KING/WEXLER  
YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND KING,CAROLE KING,CAROLE  
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