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High School Musical 2 #193

High School Musical 2 #193

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Ballard/Bon Jovi/Car
Artist High School Musical
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100259
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Unavailable for Digital Delivery

High School Musical 2 #193 Composed by Ballard/Bon Jovi/Car. Performed by High School Musical. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100259, UPC: 884088278250)

Easy arrangements of 10 hot songs: All for One * Bet on It * Everyday * Fabulo us * Gotta Go My Own Way * Humu Humu Nuku Nuku Apuaa * I Don't Dance * What Ti me Is It * Work This Out * You Are the Music in Me.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL FOR ONE HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL HIGGINS/JACOBSON  
BET ON IT EFRON,ZAC ARMATO/JAMES  
EVERYDAY HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL BALLARD/BON JOVI/CAR  
FABULOUS JAHEIM/RAYNE GREENBERG/LAWRENCE  
GOTTA GO MY OWN WAY EFRON/HUDGENS DODD/WATTS  
HUMU HUMU NUKU NUKU APUAA HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL GREENBERG/LAWRENCE  
I DON'T DANCE BLEU/GRABEEL GERRARD/NEVIL  
WHAT TIME IS IT HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL GERRARD/NEVIL  
WORK THIS OUT HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL PETERSEN/QUINN  
YOU ARE THE MUSIC IN ME EFRON/HUDGENS HOUSTON,JAMIE  
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