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Legos in the Dark

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Posted By: terry_s_chapman, Fri, 8 Nov 2019 More from this user
Key written in: F Major
How many parts: 4
Type: Barbershop
Lyrics:This hurts me more than STEP-ping on loose LEG-os in the dark (!&#$! !&#$!, In the dark!)
Comments:Performance notes from the composer/arranger:
1) The slur on "dark" in m5 is not a swipe, it's meant to indicate that you do not breathe before singing your chosen curse words
2) Feel free to take artistic liberty if your chosen curse words have more syllables and rhythm than the sheet music suggests; you are welcome to subdivide the quarter notes of "!&#$! !&#$!" in whatever way you see fit. For example, if you choose your curse words to be "DAG NABBIT" based on your audience, the first beat of m6 (under the fermata) can be two eighths for "nab-bit" if you'd prefer.
3) The first 5 chords are a lovely ballad, but the chord on "STEP" should be a painful-looking experience (although IN tune, please). Try to maintain composure before singing "on loose", because you're going to hurt yourself again on "LEG-os" in m3.

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Arranger:Terry S. Chapmanwww.TerryTags.comYear: 2019
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