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TitleMore Easy Pop Melodies Book 2
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Page 1

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Unique Pop Melody
Supplement to

Book2

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Page 2

Unique Pop Melody Supplement to Book 2
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Page 13

~THE LONG ANDWINDING ROAD ___ .,.....,........,.,
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The long and wind-ing that_leads_
to thelong-

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to yoor door
wiodc ing road

will nev· er dis- a~ pe.ar,
You left me stand· ing h~re,

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l'veseenthatroad be-fore, __
a long lon~ time a· go, __

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lt ai- ways

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leads me here,
wait- ing here,c

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leads me to your_ door.
lead me to your_E., door.

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y times l've been a- lone and man- y times l 've cried,
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y way you'll nev- er know the man· y ways l'veuied but

Page 14

~WILDWOOD FLOWER

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1 will twine~and will min· gle my enbl8Ck.

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hair, _____ Withthe ro red - andthe

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1i lies so fair. Andthe myr· tle so

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bright _ with its er· ald hue, _ Ar.d the

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pale~ em- a- ta and is- lip so blue. __ _

2. Oh, he promised to love me, he promised to love,
To cherish me alwaysa11 other above.
1 woke from my dreamsand myido1wasclay,
Mypassionforloving hadVêlnishedaway.

J_ Oh, he taught me to love him, he calted me his flower,
A blossom to cheer him through tife's weary hour.
Butnowhehasgoneandleftmealone,
The wild flowers to weep and the wíldbirds to moan.

4. lwilldance, lwillsing,anclmylifeshallbegay,
1 will banish thisweeping, drive trouble away.
l'llliveyettoseehimregretthisdarkhour,
When l'le won and neglected his frail wi ldwood f lower.

Page 25

~HOPELESSLY DEVOTEDTOYOU
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LID '1
Guess mine is not the fim __ heart

ko~ ''f H l'm just '!..m 7 fool _ _ who·s bro- ken._
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for you.

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are not the
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Page 26

Up • And 1 lov• Her • Con'l Buy Me Lave • Canele on lhe water •

Soog 8ass • A Oay ln lhe Llfe of a Fool <Monha O. Cama\lal) • Get 5ack •
Jude • Hopelenly Devoled to Vou • ~Rock • Kng of Poln •

l.ong and Wlnding lload • lhe RolnboW Cannectlon • Say Say Say •

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