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Drowsy Chaperone, The
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Vf
Composer Lambert/Morrison
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Vocal Selections

Price: $17.95

Also available for Digital Delivery

Catalog #00313361

UPC code: 884088140267

Ten songs from the hilarious Broadway musical that won the most 2006 Tonys, plus the New York Critics' Circle and Drama Desk awards for Best Musical. Includes: Accident Waiting to Happen • Bride's Lament • Cold Feets • I Am Aldolpho • I Remember Love • Show Off • Toledo Surprise • and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ACCIDENT WAITING TO HAPPEN LAMBERT/MORRISON Digital Delivery
AS WE STUMBLE ALONG LAMBERT/MORRISON Digital Delivery
BRIDE'S LAMENT LAMBERT/MORRISON Digital Delivery
COLD FEETS LAMBERT/MORRISON Digital Delivery
I AM ALDOLPHO LAMBERT/MORRISON Digital Delivery
I DO I DO IN THE SKY LAMBERT/MORRISON  
I REMEMBER LOVE LAMBERT/MORRISON Digital Delivery
LOVE IS ALWAYS LOVELY IN THE END LAMBERT/MORRISON Digital Delivery
SHOW OFF LAMBERT/MORRISON Digital Delivery
TOLEDO SURPRISE LAMBERT/MORRISON Digital Delivery
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