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Just For Fun Pop Rock Mandolin
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Just For Fun Pop Rock Mandolin

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Mandolin
Desc Easy Guitar Tab
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Just For Fun
Catalog # 00322432

Price: $12.99

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Product Description

Just For Fun Pop Rock Mandolin For Mandolin. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 00322432, UPC: 884088689421)

Pop-Rock Mandolin contains 12 current hit songs. The songs are drawn from the actual guitar parts as played on the original recordings, and they're arranged in a no-nonsense style that makes them fun, easy to play, and musically satis fying. Plus, matching guitar, banjo, and ukulele books are available. Titles: 21 Guns · All Summer Long · Crazy · Falling Slowly · Forget You · Grenade · I Kissed a Girl · I'm Yours · Like We Used To · Marry Me · Need You Now · Rhythm of Love.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
All Summer Long  
Better Together Johnson,Jack Johnson,Jack H.  
Crazy  
Daughters Mayer,John Mayer,John  
Falling Slowly (From Once) Hansard,Glen;Irglov Hansard,Glen;Irglov  
Forget You Cee Lo Green Calloway;Lawrence;Le  
Grenade Mars,Bruno Brown;Kelly;Lawrence  
I Kissed A Girl Perry,Katy Dennis;Gottwald;Mart  
I'm Yours  
Like We Used To Rocket To The Moon,  
Marry Me Train Monahan,Pat  
Need You Now Lady Antebellum Haywood;Kear;Kelley;  

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