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|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Lennon; Gene Vincent; Tex Davis; Ben E King; Jerry Leiber; Mike Stoller; Bumps Blackwell; John S Marascalco; Chuck Berry; Fats Domino; Dave Bartholomew; Bobby Freeman; Eddie Bo; Albert Collins; James Smith; Jerry Allison; Norman Petty; Buddy Holly; Sam Cooke; Leo Price; Larry Williams; Lee Dorsey; Clarence L Lewis; Morris Levy; Lloyd Price
|Notes:||For voice and piano, with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams.
On title page: "You should 'a been there ..."
"Stand by me" has Elmo Glick listed as one of the composers, but "King wrote the song with Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller"--Allmusic.com.
|Description:||1 score (63 p.) : ports. ; 31 cm.|
|Contents:||Be-bop-lula / Gene Vincent and Tex Davis --
Stand by me / Ben E. King, Elmo Glick (Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller) --
Ready Teddy / Robert A. Blackwell and John S. Marascalco --
Rip it up / Robert A. Blackwell and John S. Marascalco --
You can't catch me / Chuck Berry --
Ain't that a shame / Antoine Domino (Fats Domino) and Dave Bartholomew --
Do you want to dance / Robert Freeman (Bobby Freeman) --
Sweet little sixteen / Chuck Berry --
Slippin' and slidin' / Penniman (Chuck Berry), Bocage (Eddie Bo), Collins (Albert Collins) and Smith (James Smith) --
Peggy Sue / Jerry Allison, Norman Petty and Buddy Holly --
Bring it on home to me / Sam Cooke --
Send me some lovin' / Leo Price and John Marascalco --
Bony Moronie (Boney Moronie) / Larry Williams --
Ya ya (as sung by Lee Dorsey) / Clarence L. Lewis, Morris Levy --
Just because / Lloyd Price.
Stand by me.
Rip it up.
You can't catch me.
Ain't that a shame.
Do you want to dance.
Sweet little sixteen.
Slippin' and slidin'.
Bring it on home to me.
Send me some lovin'.
Rock 'n' roll
Rock and roll