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Dwight Yoakam Greatest Hits #334

Dwight Yoakam Greatest Hits #334

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Cash/Giglio/Mason/Re
Arranger Dwight Yoakam
Artist Dwight Yoakam
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00102208
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Dwight Yoakam Greatest Hits #334 Composed by Cash/Giglio/Mason/Re. Arranged by Dwight Yoakam. Performed by Dwight Yoakam. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00102208, UPC: 073999022087)

13 songs from roots-rocking country star Dwight Yoakam, including: Guitars, Cadillacs • Honky-Tonk Man • I Got You • I Sang Dixie • If There Was a Way • Little Sister • Little Ways • Long White Cadillac • Nothing's Changed Here • Please, Please Baby • Streets of Bakersfield • Turn It On, Turn It Up, Turn Me Loose • You're the One.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
GUITARS CADILLACS YOAKAM,DWIGHT YOAKAM,DWIGHT  
HONKY-TONK MAN YOAKAM,DWIGHT FRANKS/HAUSEY/HORTON  
I GOT YOU YOAKAM,DWIGHT MORGAN/O'DONNELL/OWE  
I SANG DIXIE YOAKAM,DWIGHT YOAKAM,DWIGHT  
IF THERE WAS A WAY YOAKAM,DWIGHT YOAKAM,DWIGHT  
LITTLE SISTER YOAKAM,DWIGHT CASTILLO/HOMME/POMUS  
LITTLE WAYS YOAKAM,DWIGHT YOAKAM,DWIGHT  
LONG WHITE CADILLAC YOAKAM,DWIGHT ALVIN,DAVE  
NOTHING'S CHANGED HERE YOAKAM,DWIGHT KOSTAS/YOAKAM  
PLEASE PLEASE BABY YOAKAM,DWIGHT YOAKAM,DWIGHT  
STREETS OF BAKERSFIELD YOAKAM,DWIGHT JOY,HOMER  
TURN IT ON TURN IT UP TURN ME LOOSE YOAKAM,DWIGHT KOSTAS/PATTON  
YOU'RE THE ONE YOAKAM,DWIGHT CASH/GIGLIO/MASON/RE  
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