Sheet Music Come Back To My Arms

This song is featured in the romantic mystery Texas Bootstomp Boogie, a novel. Music is in the Key of F major. In addition to the sheet music with lyrics and also chord notations for guitarists, there is a page that contains (in 18 point font) the lyrics only. This may be helpful to a vocalist who has learned the melody of the song. Simple chords are used to allow personalized arrangements.

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Words: 1,170
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301396573
About Lee Gabor

I am first and foremost inquisitive, always wanting to know what goes on globally and locally and wanting to understand WHY! Being a newspaper reporter was the career with which I began. Then, as a pianist and vocalist, I spent a number of years entertaining throughout the U.S. I also owned a talent agency during that time. After those 25 years, my next career was in public education, which was something I never intended to do. Getting "drafted" into teaching and the time I spent as an Academic Coordinator were very interesting and I do so love the students and teachers, administrators, and staff members I met. I'm very proud of our students. After six years, I left teaching and moved near my son and his family. I became a Master Gardener and Master Composter, joined local organizations, and have been able to enjoy more time with my children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. I am thrilled that my professional focus now is limited to writing. I will be publishing both fiction and non-fiction works and begin that in new venture in 2012.

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Trailer for Sheet Music Come Back To My Arms
I use the software program Finale Songwriter to create the actual sheet music. Once created, and I do this using a melody line and very basic chords, I playback the music and save the audio file. What you hear is that audio file (not very good, but offers a sample). It is not me playing. I play with extended chords and I sing the melody and play a right-hand accompaniment that is not the melody.

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