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Does anyone know if there is a place where I can find the sheet music to Eric Darius's If I Ain't Got You or a good version of Somewhere Over the Rainbow? It's for my mom's birthday.

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You have 4 choices on getting these songs:
1. You can get a version of sheetmusic software ex. Finale
- Play the figure out how a midi and sheet music work game
2. You can figure it out by ear. This can be diffulcult depending on how experienced you are: first couple of notes for Over the Rainbow in Eb in the key of C are... middle C high c b g a b c. middle C high a g. Then you can work on the rest......
3. I do not have the sheet music for either song and I hope someone gives it to you but you may miss your moms birthday if you continue to wait.
4. The other option is for you to order it from: http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/pages...music/detail/AP.IF9833.html&t=&k=&r=wwws-err5

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Does anyone know if there is a place where I can find the sheet music to Eric Darius's If I Ain't Got You or a good version of Somewhere Over the Rainbow? It's for my mom's birthday.

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I second the recommendations to work them out for yourself. Over The Rainbow isn't all that hard, and if you download Al Steven's backing track from here: http://www.playalongstudio.com/ it should help you figuring it out since the chord changes are provided. Al's version is in Eb, so if you're playing alto it becomes even simpler... There are many "real books" and "fake books" out that contain the tune, but I don't think you're going to find many SOTW'rs that are willing to violate a copyright to send it to you over the internet.
 
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