2000-2005 Best Pop Songs

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Overview

2000-2005 Best Pop Songs is a collection of over 50 of the biggest pop hits released between 2000 and 2005. This book includes a remarkable list of artists, with hit songs from Michelle Branch, Christina Aguilera, Avril Lavigne, American Idol stars Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Clay Aiken and Bo Bice, and legendary divas like Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, and Mariah Carey.

Contents

  • 8th World Wonder
  • All You Wanted
  • Baby Mama
  • Beautiful (As You)
  • Because Of You
  • Breakaway
  • Bridge Over Troubled Water
  • Burn
  • Can't Fight The Moonlight [Coyote Ugly]
  • Come Clean
  • Complicated
  • Could I Have This Kiss Forever
  • Cry Me A River
  • Dance With My Father
  • Don't Cha (Rap Version)
  • Don't Cry Out Loud
  • Don't Forget About Us
  • Drowning
  • Everywhere
  • Follow Me
  • For My Wedding
  • Game Of Love, The
  • Graduation (Friends Forever)
  • I Don't Want To Be
  • I Learned From The Best
  • I Turn To You
  • I Want You To Need Me
  • I'm Alive [Stuart Little 2]
  • I'm Feeling You
  • Inside Your Heaven
  • Invisible
  • Lost Without You
  • Maria Maria
  • Miss Me So Bad
  • Need To Be Next To You [Bounce]
  • Nobody's Home
  • Over The Rainbow [The Wizard Of Oz]
  • Pieces Of Me
  • Real Thing, The
  • Rich Girl
  • Soak Up The Sun
  • Some Hearts
  • Stickwitu
  • Stranger In A Strange Land
  • Sweetest Sin
  • Take My Breath Away
  • Thank You
  • There You'll Be [Pearl Harbor]
  • This I Promise You
  • To Where You Are
  • Walk Away
  • We Belong Together
  • When You Tell Me That You Love Me
  • Whenever, Wherever
  • Why Don't You & I
  • You And Me
  • You Raise Me Up

Specs

Product IDCOBS012885257
Instrumentation Voice & Piano - with Guitar Chord Boxes
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Publisher Ref No 25899
Language Eng
Media Book
ISBN-100739042343
ISBN-139780739042342
UPC038081281230

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