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Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys Greatest Hits: Piano Vocal Music Book

Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys Greatest Hits: Piano Vocal Music Book

  • 136 pages
  • Size: 12″ x 9″
  • Artist: Bob Wills
  • ISBN: 1569221065
  • The Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys music book gives you sheet music, chords and lyrics for: Across the Alley from the Alamo, All Night Long, A Big Ball in Cowtown (We’ll Dance Around), Blue Bonnet Lane, Eight’r from Decatur, Heart to Heart Talk, Honeysuckle Rose, I Needed You, Ida Red, Miss Molly, Oklahoma Hills (Guthrie/Guthrie), Silver Bells (That Ring in the Night), St

(Creative Concepts Publishing). A classic souvenir collection of 46 hits from those Kings of Western Swing, complete with an introduction and an extensive photo section of the band through the years. Songs include: Across the Alley from the Alamo * All Night Long * A Big Ball in Cowtown (We’ll Dance Around) * Blue Bonnet Lane * Eight’r from Decatur * Heart to Heart Talk * Honeysuckle Rose * I Needed You * Ida Red * Miss Molly * Oklahoma Hills (Guthrie/Guthrie) * Silver Bells (That Ring in the Night) * St. Louis Blues * Who’s Sorry Now * and more!

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