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Rockin'the Suburbs

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Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Composer Ben Folds
Arranger Ben Folds
Artist Ben Folds
Publisher Music Sales Corp
Catalog # 00322359

Price: $19.99

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Product Description

Rockin'the Suburbs Composed by Ben Folds. Arranged by Ben Folds. Performed by Ben Folds. For Vocal Folio. Published by Music Sales Corp. (Catalog # 00322359, UPC: 884088688691)

This official songbook edition of Ben Folds' 2001 solo album features accurate piano/vocal transcriptions of every song on the album, including Rockin' the Suburbs, Zak and Sara, Still Fighting It, and wedding favorite The Luckiest. Enjoy playing and singing songs by one of the most popular pianist singer-songwriters of our time! Titles: Annie Waits · Zak and Sara · Still Fighting It · Gone · Fred Jones Part 2 · The Ascent of Stan · Losing Lisa · Carrying Cathy · Not the Same · Hiro's Song · Rockin' the Suburbs · Fired · The Luckiest.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANNIE WAITS FOLDS,BEN  
ASCENT OF STAN,THE FOLDS,BEN  
CARRYING CATHY FOLDS,BEN  
FIRED FOLDS,BEN FOLDS,BEN  
FRED JONES PART 2 FOLDS,BEN FOLDS,BEN  
GONE FOLDS,BEN  
HIRO'S SONG FOLDS,BEN  
LOSING LISA FOLDS,BEN  
LUCKIEST,THE FOLDS,BEN  
NOT THE SAME FOLDS,BEN FOLDS,BEN  
ROCKIN' THE SUBURBS FOLDS,BEN  
STILL FIGHTING IT FOLDS,BEN FOLDS,BEN  
ZAK AND SARA FOLDS,BEN  

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