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Side Show

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Vocal Selections
Catalog # 00313096

Price: $17.95

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Side Show For Vocal Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00313096, UPC: 073999130966)

This collection features PVG arrangements of 16 songs from the recent Broadway run of this controversial, critically acclaimed new musical that will be opening next year in Europe. Songs include: Come Look at the Freaks • The Devil You Know • Feelings You've Got to Hide • I Will Never Leave You • Leave Me Alone • Like Everyone Else • One Plus One Equals Three • Private Conversation • Say Goodbye to the Freak Show • Tunnel of Love • We Share Everything • When I'm by Your Side • You Should Be Loved • and more. Includes color photos from the Broadway production.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COME LOOK AT THE FREAKS RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
DEVIL YOU KNOW,THE RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
FEELINGS YOU'VE GOT TO HIDE RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU AND TO YOU RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
I WILL NEVER LEAVE YOU RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
LEAVE ME ALONE RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
LIKE EVERYONE ELSE RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
ONE PLUS ONE EQUALS THREE RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
PRIVATE CONVERSATION RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
SAY GOODBYE TO THE FREAK SHOW RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
TUNNEL OF LOVE RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
WE SHARE EVERYTHING RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
WHEN I'M BY YOUR SIDE RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
WHO WILL LOVE ME AS I AM RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
YOU SHOULD BE LOVED RUSSELL/KRIEGER  
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