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Today's Hits For Weddings

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Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Artist Kelly Clarkson
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00312316

Price: $16.99

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Product Description

Today's Hits For Weddings Performed by Kelly Clarkson. For Vocal Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00312316, UPC: 884088608675)

Contains 25 of today's best pop and country hits that are perfect for weddings! Includes: Bless the Broken Road · Everything · Halo · I Do · Just the Way You Are · Love Story · Lucky · Marry Me · Mine · River of Love · Today Was a Fairytale · You Raise Me Up · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BEFORE YOUR LOVE KELLY CLARKSON  
BLESS THE BROKEN ROAD RASCAL FLATTS  
EVERYTHING MICHAEL BUBLE  
GOD GAVE ME YOU BLAKE SHELTON  
HALO BEYONCE  
HERE RASCAL FLATTS  
I DO COLBIE CAILLAT  
JUST THE WAY YOU ARE BRUNO MARS  
LOVE STORY TAYLOR SWIFT  
LOVING YOU IS EASY SARAH MCLACHLAN  
LUCKY JASON MRAZ/COLBIE CAILLAT  
MAKING MEMORIES OF US KEITH URBAN  
MAMA'S SONG CARRIE UNDERWOOD  
MARRY ME TRAIN  
MINE TAYLOR SWIFT  
MY WISH RASCAL FLATTS  
OUR KIND OF LOVE LADY ANTEBELLUM  
RIVER OF LOVE GEORGE STRAIT  
THEN BRAD PAISLEY  
TODAY WAS A FAIRYTALE TAYLOR SWIFT  
TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE BOYS LIKE GIRLS/SWIFT  
WALK WITH YOU EDWIN MCCAIN  
WHEN I LOOK AT YOU MILEY CYRUS  
YOU RAISE ME UP JOSH GROBAN  
YOU'RE LIKE COMIN' HOME LONESTAR  

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