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Annie Get Your Gun
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Annie Get Your Gun

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Composer Irving Berlin
Publisher Irving Berlin Music Co
Series Vocal Selections
Catalog # 00005576

Price: $10.95

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Product Description

Annie Get Your Gun Composed by Irving Berlin. For Vocal Folio. Published by Irving Berlin Music Co. (Catalog # 00005576, UPC: 073999055764)

Twelve songs from this Irving Berlin favorite, which won the 1999 Tony® Award for Best Musical Revival. Includes: Anything You Can Do · Doin' What Comes Natur'lly · The Girl That I Marry · I Got Lost in His Arms · I Got the Sun in the Morning · I'll Share It All with You · Moonshine Lullaby · My Defenses Are Down · An Old Fashioned Wedding · There's No Business Like Show Business · They Say It's Wonderful · You Can't Get a Man with a Gun.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AN OLD FASHIONED WEDDING BERLIN,IRVING  
ANYTHING YOU CAN DO BERLIN,IRVING  
DOIN' WHAT COMES NATUR'LLY BERLIN,IRVING  
GIRL THAT I MARRY,THE BERLIN,IRVING  
I GOT LOST IN HIS ARMS BERLIN,IRVING  
I GOT THE SUN IN THE MORNING BERLIN,IRVING  
I'LL SHARE IT ALL WITH YOU BERLIN,IRVING  
MOONSHINE LULLABY BERLIN,IRVING  
MY DEFENSES ARE DOWN BERLIN,IRVING  
THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS BERLIN,IRVING  
THEY SAY IT'S WONDERFUL BERLIN,IRVING  
YOU CAN'T GET A MAN WITH A GUN BERLIN,IRVING  

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