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There's A Small Hotel

With optional 5th and 6th parts (aka "Together In Our Shell")

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Posted By: bluttge, Mon, 11 Aug 2014 More from this user
Key written in: unknown
How many parts: 6
Type: Other male
Lyrics:Together in our shell. In a small hotel.
Comments:Based on 1936 song by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Lorenz Hart. The traditional "shell" of 4 parts is here, but with optional 5th and 6th parts in note heads without stems. Note also the correction/alternative to the penultimate chord from previous versions posted, which is really cool all by itself (with 4 parts) but also lends itself well to the added 5th and 6th parts.

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