The clever lyrics of Plain White T’s hit song are simply irresistible! "There’s only ONE thing TWO do, THREE words FOUR you: I love you." This faithful arrangement captures the original acoustic
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This is an awesome salute to an incredible roster of pop hits through the ages, all with only four chords! A blast to perform, your audience will love identifying these great songs! Includes snippets of 26
From the Jason Mraz album Love Is a Four Letter Word, this song's title refers to the earth's geographical location within the solar system. A sentimental and positive text is set with approachable
This classic rock song from Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band has been authentically arranged for choral groups. Solo opportunities and solid choral writing showcase your singers while a brief piano
Best known as the featured singer on Clean Bandit’s Rather Be, up-and-coming UK music star Jess Glynne recorded this upbeat tune with an undeniably positive message. Arranged expressly for
This feel-good Beatles tune remains a relevant tribute to love and acceptance that is embraced the world over. Miller's arrangement for developing mixed and treble choirs presents a classic song in an
Charlie Puth's top 10 hit is arranged in a pop a cappella arrangement for three-part mixed ensembles. The soulful lead vocal sits atop the funky soul groove laid down by the well-written choral parts. A
Encompassing the thrill and spirit of the 2014 World Cup, Enrique Iglesias inspires his fans all over the globe with this megahit dance song. A fantastic feature for pop and show groups, it has an
"I don’t wanna work. I wanna bang on the drum all day!" This super-fun arrangement for developing choirs features singable harmonies and a vocal percussion section where performers mimic the sounds of
Included in this medley of songs from the 1966 album Revolver are Here, There and Everywhere; Yellow Submarine; Good Day Sunshine and Got to Get You into My Life. The choral parts are
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