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Devoted To You

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Devoted To You digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file.
  • Contains complete lyrics

Title:

Devoted To You

By:

The Everly Brothers

Instruments:

Voice, range: E4-D5 Piano

Scorings:

Piano/Vocal/Chords

Original Published Key:

F Major

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0145161

Price:

$5.79
Includes 1 print + interactive copy. Each additional print is $3.99

Number of Pages:

2

Average Rating:

Rated 3.5/5 based on 2 customer ratings

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Lyrics Begin:

Darling, you can count on me till the sun dries up the sea.

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By:

The Everly Brothers

Number of Pages:

2

Form:

Song

Instruments:

Voice, range: E4-D5 Piano

Scoring:

Piano/Vocal/Chords

Original Published Key:

F Major

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0145161

Tempo:

Moderately

Metronome:

q = 90

Styles:

Country

Oldies

Pop Rock

Rock & Roll

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Composer:

Boudleaux Bryant

Lyricist:

Boudleaux Bryant

Date:

1958

Publisher:

House of Bryant Publications

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0145161

Lyrics Begin:

Darling, you can count on me till the sun dries up the sea.

From the Album:

The Every Brothers - The Everly Brothers' Best

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Barbara_Blakeslee

Piano: Beginner

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10/26/2021 10:51:17 PM

Tone is not quite right

This song, one I have loved since childhood, had a melancholy/romantic tone when sung by the Everly Brothers (and later by James Taylor and Carly Simon). In this arrangement, it is too perky and has lost the minor key quality it originally had. I tried it in every key into which it was transcribed, and it didnt have the quality of the original. So -- glad to have it, but a little disappointed.

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