Sheet Music Old Fashioned Sunday Afternoon

This song was written in the late 1970s for submission to a songwriting contest. Lee was among the winners. The theme is an old fashioned family reunion with lots of food and music. The lyrics appear in the novel "Texas Bootstomp Boogie." In the sheet music ebook, a lyric sheet is included for vocalists. Lee performed the song with key changes, although the music is written only in the Key of F.

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Words: 1,860
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301481613
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.


Trailer for Sheet Music Old Fashioned Sunday Afternoon
Trailer features melody and basic chords. You won't hear the lyrics, although they are included in the novel "Texas Bootstomp Boogie." I wrote this song in 1978 for a songwriting contest. I had a blast writing this song because the theme was something I enjoyed - family reunions and church covered-dish events. The food, music, and especially companionship were always great!

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