Guitar, Piano, C Instruments, Electronic Keyboard, Keyboard
Composed by Elvis Presley. Hal Leonard Fake Books. Rock 'n' Roll and Rockabilly. Fakebook. Vocal melody, lyrics, piano accompaniment and chord names. 152 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.240121).
Item Number: HL.240121
ISBN 0793589762. With vocal melody, lyrics, piano accompaniment and chord names. Rock 'n' Roll and Rockabilly. 9.3x12 inches.
Includes melody lines, lyrics and chord symbols for 200 songs recorded by the King of Rock N' Roll: Ain't That Loving You Baby * All Shook Up * Always on My Mind * An American Trilogy * Any Day Now * Any Way You Want Me * Are You Lonesome Tonight? * Baby, Let's Play House * A Big Hunk O' Love * Blue Christmas * Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain * Blue Hawaii * Blue Moon * Blue Moon of Kentucky * Blue Suede Shoes * Bossa Nova Baby * Can't Help Falling in Love * Change of Habit * Crying in the Chapel * Don't Be Cruel (To a Heart That's True) * For the Good Times * Frankfurt Special * G.I. Blues * Girl Happy * Girls! Girls! Girls! * Green Green Grass of Home * Heartbreak Hotel * Help Me Make It Through the Night * Hound Dog * I'll Be Home on Christmas Day * I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry * The Impossible Dream (The Quest) * It's Now or Never * It's Over * Jailhouse Rock * Kentucky Rain * King Creole * Love Me Tender * Make the World Go Away * Merry Christmas, Baby * Old Shep * Return to Sender * Suspicious Minds * (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear * Treat Me Nice * Unchained Melody * Viva Las Vegas * You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' * many more! For piano, voice, guitar and all C instruments.
About Hal Leonard Fake Books
A "fake book" contains songs written in a concise format that includes only the melody and chords, letting you interpret the song's performance as you feel is appropriate. This is great for quickly learning songs by yourself or with an ensemble.
Each song in a fake book only has a single melody actually written out in notes, which is usually the vocal or lead melody. This melody will have the lyrics written beneath the notes, with each word aligned to its corresponding note. Above the notes of the melody will appear the names of the appropriate chords to play - for example, a "C minor" chord would be written as "Cmin" or Cm", rather than writing out all of the notes in those chords as they appeared in the original version of the song.
This format is very compact, which is why you will often see fakebooks containing 500 or more songs.