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Love Songs of The Beatles #179
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Love Songs of The Beatles #179

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Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Lennon/Mccartney
Artist The Beatles
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00102325

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Love Songs of The Beatles #179 Composed by Lennon/Mccartney. Performed by The Beatles. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00102325, UPC: 073999023251)

20 of the Beatles' best ballads, including: And I Love Her · Hey Jude · If I Fell · Michelle · Something · Yesterday · The Long and Winding Road · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL MY LOVING BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
AND I LOVE HER BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
EIGHT DAYS A WEEK BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
FROM ME TO YOU BEATLES,THE  
GIRL BEATLES,THE  
HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE BEATLES,THE  
HEY JUDE BEATLES,THE  
I WILL BEATLES,THE  
I'M HAPPY JUST TO DANCE WITH YOU BEATLES,THE  
IF I FELL BEATLES,THE  
IN MY LIFE BEATLES,THE  
IT'S ONLY LOVE BEATLES,THE  
JULIA BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
LONG AND WINDING ROAD,THE BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
MICHELLE BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
SOMETHING BEATLES,THE HARRISON,GEORGE  
THANK YOU GIRL BEATLES,THE  
WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR BEATLES,THE  
YESTERDAY BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  

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