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The Simpsons Songbook - 2nd Edition

The Simpsons Songbook - 2nd Edition

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The Simpsons Songbook - 2nd Edition

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26 songs
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Released:
Dec 1, 2006
ISBN:
9781458466631
Format:
Sheet Music

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(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook). The longest-running animated primetime series in history and the longest-running comedy on television, "The Simpsons" is a cultural institution. This book contains 26 songs from the award-winning show, including the instantly recognizable theme song by Danny Elfman, and Emmy Award-winning originals by Alf Clausen, such as "We Put the Spring in Springfield" and "You're Checkin' In." It also features four new songs in print for the first time ("He's the Man," "Ode to Branson," "Testify" and "The Very Reason That I Live"), and pages of beautiful full-color artwork from the show!
Publisher:
Released:
Dec 1, 2006
ISBN:
9781458466631
Format:
Sheet Music
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    Quite simply, this is a book of 25 scores with piano, vocal, and chords. Published in 2002 it contains all of the music and lyrics of note used in and outside the series to that date. The book is divided into three sections: Theme songs (starting with Danny Elfman's "Theme from 'The Simpsons'"), Pop Songs (e.g., "Do the Bartman"), and Production Numbers (e.g., "Stop the Planet of the Apes Medley"). The art work is sparse and consists basically of full color pages at the beginning of each section. This is not a book of Simpsons visual art.My only criticism is that anyone likely to acquire this (still REALLY cheap - $8 new and half that or less used) probably already knows all the words to the included songs. Still, you can't go wrong singing along with Apu Nahasapeemapetilon (typing this in from memory) from "Who Needs the Kwik-E-Mart?"When I first arrived you were all such jerks,but now I've come to love your quirks,Maggie with her eyes so bright,Marge with hair by Frank Lloyd Wright.Lisa can philosophize;Bart's adept at spinning lies,Homer's a delightful fella,sorry 'bout the salmonella!(doh!)