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The Big Guitar Chord Songbook: More Sixties Hits: Melody, Lyrics and Chords

Mixed Songbook | Sheet Music and Books

PUBLISHER: Wise Publications
PRODUCT FORMAT: Mixed Songbook
Another groovy selection of free-lovin' revolutionary classics from the era of protest and invention, with eighty-four sixties greats arranged with full lyrics and guitar chords. Whether you're looking for the sweetsoulcrooning of Bobby Darin, the suave cockney class of The Kinks and The Small
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Specifications
Publisher Wise Publications
MR-WEB Difficulty Easy
Product Format Mixed Songbook
Genre Pop & Rock
ISBN 9780711940499
Instrumentation Melody, Lyrics and Chords
No. MUSAM91933
Series Chord Songbooks
Editor David Harrison
Description
Another groovy selection of free-lovin' revolutionary classics from the era of protest and invention, with eighty-four sixties greats arranged with full lyrics and guitar chords.

Whether you're looking for the sweetsoulcrooning of Bobby Darin, the suave cockney class of The Kinks and The Small Faces, or the folk-inspired delicacies of Simon And Garfunkel and The Byrds, you'll find those special nuggets of nostalgia in this bumpercollection.Every song is presented in the key of the original hit recording, and the songs themselves include Waterloo Sunset, Mellow Yellow and I Can't Explain.

Songlist
  • 1. 25 Miles
  • 2. A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
  • 3. Ain't Got No - I Got Life
  • 4. All Or Nothing
  • 5. All You Need is Love
  • 6. Baby Come Back
  • 7. Baby Now That I've Found You
  • 8. Bad To Me
  • 9. Beyond The Sea
  • 10. Born Free
  • 11. Break On Through (To the Other Side)
  • 12. Cold Turkey
  • 13. Delta Lady
  • 14. Do You Believe In Magic?
  • 15. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
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