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Love Songs

Love Songs

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Composer Lionel Richie
Artist Lionel Richie
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Play With The Cd
Catalog # 00311443
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Love Songs Composed by Lionel Richie. Performed by Lionel Richie. For Vocal Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00311443, UPC: 884088166618)

Each volume in this series includes a CD of the original recordings of these classic songs. With the unique arrangements in this songbook, you can “sit in” and play along with your favorite artists, or just enjoy listening to these classic recordings! Love Songs features 10 romantic favorites: All Night Long (All Night) (Lionel Richie) • Babe (Styx) • Baby, I Love Your Way (Peter Frampton) • Dedicated to the One I Love (The Mamas & The Papas) • I Honestly Love You (Olivia Newton-John) • Lady in Red (Chris De Burgh) • Save the Best for Last (Vanessa Williams) • Still (The Commodores) • Truly (Lionel Richie) • With You I'm Born Again (Billy Preston featuring Syretta).
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL NIGHT LONG (ALL NIGHT) RICHIE,LIONEL RICHIE,LIONEL  
BABE STYX DE YOUNG,DENNIS  
BABY I LOVE YOUR WAY FRAMPTON,PETER FRAMPTON,PETER  
DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE MAMAS/PAPAS/SHIRELLE BASS/PAULING  
I HONESTLY LOVE YOU NEWTON-JOHN,OLIVIA ALLEN/BARRY  
LADY IN RED DEBURGH,CHRIS DEBURGH,CHRIS  
SAVE THE BEST FOR LAST WILLIAMS,VANESSA GALDSTON/LIND/WALDMA  
STILL ANDERSON/BARNES/BELL  
TRULY RICHIE,LIONEL RICHIE,LIONEL  
WITH YOU I'M BORN AGAIN PRESTON/SYREETA CONNORS/SHIRE  
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