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Tabs are here: ultimate-guitar.com Enjoy everyone and good luck. Aaron
Hey Guys This is how you play my song Love Song to Myself.
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www.itunes.com www.myspace.com Here are the lyrics: I know a girl, she’s like a rainbow And she’s read the golden compass, likes elvis And I think she’s pretty special to me Well I think she’s really special Chorus She plays with bubbles in the rain (I like her like that) She makes me feel like I’m famous (I like her like that) and she is going out with my good friend And that’s cool with me cause she’s still my friend And she sings my songs while we play with bubbles in the rain I know a girl she’s like a bookmark And she’s got her own ideas about religion And she did better on the LSAT than me And I think that’s pretty special Chorus Bridge: This is where I get poetic Just a little bit prophetic Telling all the world about how I think it’s supposed to be But I don’t know much right from wrong I’m just a writer of a song She says shut up sit down and sing your preach song, to me (Key Change) To me Chorus
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In this lesson, I talk about the Pro’s and con’s of hanon exersizes. I also go over my person favorite exersizes for beginners in hanon. Some info on the man behind the book: Charles-Louis Hanon (July 2, 1819–March 19, 1900) was a French piano pedagogue and composer. He is most well known for his work The Virtuoso Pianist In 60 Exercises which has become part of the standard method for modern piano teachers. Abby Whiteside (1881-1956) Did not like the Hanon method and advocated use of arm technique. If you’d like to download hanon Here’s some links for you sheetmusicarchive.net www.amazon.com Also! Be sure to join the music community forums on my website! This is a place where people can come together and learn piano, as well as encourage eachother! www.howtoplaypiano.ca
Tabs available @ www.richardsandsouthern.com . This is my version of one of my favorite hymns of ALL TIME!! I’ve played this both as an offertory piece, and expanded into a full version with my sisters. And SUBSCRIBE if you like free lessons 🙂 Adios!
Hey guys, this is my song, it is called little bit of wisdom. I thought I would make a tutorial of how to play it. I know you probably don’t know the song right now, but any song is good for helping you learn piano I believe. Here are the lyrics C Am G Little bit of wisdom at the side of the road Says be kind to your neighbours C Am GF Isnt as if its something I didnt already know Am G But its nice to be reminded Gets me thinking about the woes of the world Maybe Ill end world hunger Some would say its impossible C Am GF Am G But even impossible things, are still worth trying Chorus Fsus C Am G There will be summer days too sweet to explain Rain, when youre inside anyway Flowers and wishes, true love and kisses F Am G And the intelligence to know when you see F Am G A little bit of wisdom, at the side of the road. Fsus c Am G Saw a girl at the side of the road Looked like she had been crying She said Im waiting for this bus for so long and Im getting old She said Dont wanna look back at the things that Ive done Saying man, I coulda been something Still, all my dreams are impossible I say impossible things are still worth trying Chorus Bridge (slow down) Am GC Am G She says that I dont believe you With all this fighting I cant pick out the lies I say that you gotta have faith I say that you gotta survive Everything bad will eventually end And it looks like your bus has arrived Hope this is helpful
digitalpill.tv A sax lesson from Leo Dale on how to keep the various registers of the saxophone in tune. Using the interval of the 6th and some handy tips he picked up from studying JS Bach’s cello suites. Technique for intermediate to advanced sax players.