Sheet Music I Must Say Goodbye To A Lady

Written in the 1970s, this CW ballad is in the Key of F and contains melody notes in the treble clef and basic chords in the bass clef. A vocal clef also has melody notes with lyrics underneath and guitar chord notations above.In addition, there is a Lyrics Only sheet for vocalists who have learned the melody. By presenting basic chords in the music, the musician can more easily improvise.

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Words: 2,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301411320
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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In trailer you hear the melody and basic chords, but not the lyrics. Lyrics are in the sheet music and there also is a Lyrics Only sheet for vocalists who have learned the melody. This country-western song was written in the 1970s by Lee.

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