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by Esther L. Nelson
Author: Esther L. Nelson
Publisher: Sterling (August 1988)
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Arts Music and Photography
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Our family uses this book often around our summer campfires in the back yard and when camping. Easy to read for kids and has chords for accompanying adults. Includes Greasy Grimy Gopher Guts, John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt, Miss Lucy and many, many more.
Our family uses this book often around our summer campfires in the back yard and when camping. Teen and Young Adult.
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780806967714.
Nelson, Esther L; Behr, Joyce, ill. il. Presents the lyrics, melody lines, and guitar chords to over sixty humorous songs. ill. Publication date.
Presents the lyrics, melody lines, and guitar chords to over sixty humorous songs. Boom boom - A horse named Bill - Do your ears hang low - Three ways to get peanut butter off the roof of your mouth - I am slowly going crazy - I'm a nut - Michael Finnegan - Miss Lucy - Turkey in the straw - Clementine - You.
World's Best Funny Songs. Published August 1988 by Sterling.
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The funniest songs in the world? Well, maybe not ALL of them - but 60 of the zaniest, laughing-est, most beloved songs of all time have been packed into this rollicking treasury: with easy to play musical scores for piano and guitar and lyrics. Published by Sterling in 1984 (third printing).
Published by Sterling Pub Co Inc (1899). ISBN 10: 0806968931 ISBN 13: 9780806968933.
Most songs that Nelson writes are best associated with his quirky twang and ability to sink just about any arrangement right into his offbeat . What might very well be Nelson's most iconic song was written on a barf bag, of all things
Most songs that Nelson writes are best associated with his quirky twang and ability to sink just about any arrangement right into his offbeat phrasing. That said, "Crazy" is best known as Patsy Cline's breakout hit and for many a good reason. 13. "Funny How Time Slips Away". Written by Willie all the way back at the start of his career in 1961, it wasn't until 2001 that he released a studio version of the song alongside Juice Newton. What might very well be Nelson's most iconic song was written on a barf bag, of all things. Most noteworthy, though, is its rollicking "train beat" and enduring tale of travel. Those alone make it a country music chestnut for the ages.
The 337 songs are arranged alphabetically. A Moment Isn't Very Long. A Penny For Your Thoughts
The 337 songs are arranged alphabetically. A Penny For Your Thoughts. Alice in Hulaland (co-written with Buddy Cannon). Always Now. American Dream (co-written With Bob Dylan). And So Will You My Love. Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground. Any Old Arms Won't Do (co-written With Hank Cochran).