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Rock Guitar For Kids Songbook
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Rock Guitar For Kids Songbook

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Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer Dexter Holland
Artist The Offspring
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Guitar Educational
Catalog # 00695345

Price: $9.95

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Product Description

Rock Guitar For Kids Songbook Composed by Dexter Holland. Performed by The Offspring. For Guitar. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00695345, UPC: 073999953459)

A fun, easy guitar songbook and CD with full-band backing tracks designed especially for today's kids, featuring cool songs from great rock bands. This book is a companion to the instructional book Beginning Rock Guitar for Kids, but also works as a stand-alone songbook. Tunes include: Come Out and Play · Just a Girl · The Man Who Sold the World · Oh, Pretty Woman · Tubthumping · What I Got · Wild Thing · You Really Got Me. Also available: Beginning Rock Guitar for Kids 00699376 $5.95

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COME OUT AND PLAY OFFSPRING,THE HOLLAND,DEXTER  
JUST A GIRL NO DOUBT  
MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD,THE  
OH PRETTY WOMAN  
TUBTHUMPING CHUMBAWAMBA NUTTER/WHALLEY/DUNCA  
WHAT I GOT SUBLIME  
WILD THING TROGGS,THE TAYLOR,CHIP  
YOU REALLY GOT ME KINKS/VAN HALEN DAVIES,RAY  

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