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Love Is A Four Letter Word
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Love Is A Four Letter Word

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Artist Jason Mraz
Publisher Cherry Lane Music Co Inc
Series Play It Like It Is Guitar
Grade Advanced
Catalog # 02502447

Price: $22.99

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Product Description

Love Is A Four Letter Word Performed by Jason Mraz. For Guitar Folio. Published by Cherry Lane Music Co Inc. (Catalog # 02502447, UPC: 884088664350)

The fourth studio album from Jason Mraz is a heartfelt, uplifting collection that explores love's ups and downs, or, as Mraz puts it: What one does in love to make it work, and what one does in love when it's time to let go. Our artist-approved matching folio of guitar and vocal arrangements includes 13 songs: Be Honest · Everything Is Sound (La La La) · 5/6 · Frank D. Fixer · The Freedom Song · I Won't Give Up · I'm Coming Over · In Your Hands · Living in the Moment · 93 Million Miles · Who's Thinking About You Now? · The Woman I Love · The World as I See It, plus a great intro article.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BE HONEST Digital Delivery
EVERYTHING IS SOUND (LA LA LA) Digital Delivery
FRANK D. FIXER  
I WON'T GIVE UP Digital Delivery
I'M COMING OVER Digital Delivery
IN YOUR HANDS Digital Delivery
LIVING IN THE MOMENT Digital Delivery
THE FREEDOM SONG  
THE WOMAN I LOVE Digital Delivery
THE WORLD AS I SEE IT Digital Delivery
WHO'S THINKING ABOUT YOU NOW? Digital Delivery
5/6 Digital Delivery
93 MILLION MILES Digital Delivery

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