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Hal Leonard Three Chord Songs Ukulele Chord Songbook

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Hal Leonard's Three Chord Songs for Ukulele features convenient 6³ x 9³ books with complete lyrics and chord symbols above the lyrics for dozens of g...Click To Read More About This Product

Available 11-03-2017


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A softcover songbook infusing classic 3-chord songs from a range of 70-plus years with the sound of the tropics.

Hal Leonard's Three Chord Songs for Ukulele features convenient 6³ x 9³ books with complete lyrics and chord symbols above the lyrics for dozens of great songs. Each song also includes chord grids at the top of every page, and the first notes of the melody for easy reference. These books are perfect for people who don't read music but want to strum chords and sing, and are equally ideal for more advanced, music-reading ukulele players who don't feel like wading through note-for-note notation.

FEATURES
  • Series: Ukulele Chord Songbook
  • Format: Softcover
  • Composer: Various
  • ISBN: 9781458411037
  • UPC: 884088589806
  • 152 pages
  • Songs include: All Along the Watchtower ¢ Bad Case of Loving You ¢ Bang a Gong (Get It On) ¢ Blue Suede Shoes ¢ Cecilia ¢ Do Wah Diddy Diddy ¢ Get Back ¢ Hound Dog ¢ Kiss ¢ La Bamba ¢ Me and Bobby McGee ¢ Not Fade Away ¢ Rock This Town ¢ Sweet Home Chicago ¢ Twist and Shout ¢ You Are My Sunshine ¢ and more.

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