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Ukulele Play Along Vol 8 Chart Hits
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Ukulele Play Along Vol 8 Chart Hits

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Ukulele
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Alexander/Jones
Artist James Blunt
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Ukulele Play-along
Catalog # 00701745

Price: $14.99

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Product Description

Ukulele Play Along Vol 8 Chart Hits Composed by Alexander/Jones. Performed by James Blunt. For Ukulele. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00701745, UPC: 884088522261)

Now you can play your favorite songs on your uke with great-sounding backing tracks to help you sound like a bonafide pro! This pack features 8 chart hits, including: All the Right Moves · Bubbly · Hey, Soul Sister · I'm Yours · Toes · Use Somebody · Viva la Vida · You're Beautiful.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL THE RIGHT MOVES ONEREPUBLIC TEDDER,RYAN Digital Delivery
BUBBLY CAILLAT,COLBIE CAILLAT/REEVES  
HEY SOUL SISTER TRAIN BJORKLUND/LIND/MONAH  
I'M YOURS CHAPMAN/GREEN/HARBUR Digital Delivery
TOES ALEXANDER/JONES Digital Delivery
USE SOMEBODY KINGS OF LEON,THE FOLLOWILL/FOLLOWILL/ Digital Delivery
VIVA LA VIDA COLDPLAY BERRYMAN/BUCKLAND/CH Digital Delivery
YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL BLUNT,JAMES BLUNT/GHOST/SCARBECK Digital Delivery

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