From Where The Sky Ends Lyrics by Michael Mott & Zoe Samuel
A soulful R&B/ pop uptempo from Mott's debut album Where The Sky Ends about the moment you realize your parents are not the superheroes you thought they were. Sung and recorded by American Idol's Justin Guarini & Broadway's Alan H. Green.
Key of C
Performed by Justin Guarini
Performed by Alan H. Green at Where The Sky Ends: Live in Concert on November 9, 2014.
Music and Lyrics by Joey Contreras From LOVE ME, LOVE ME NOT: THE MUSIC OF JOEY CONTRERAS Choose your transposition:Key of C: (G3 - D5) (female)Key of F: (C3 - G4) (male) Transposition to ANY KEY available upon request. Key of C: Performed by Natalie Weiss at Live at Arts Bank Cabaret on May 15, 2009 Key of F: Performed...
As performed by Nathan Tysen. Suitable for most male voices. Folky & simple, with lush harmonies. Key of G. The low note is D3. The high note is F#4.
Performed by Nathan Tysen at Catalina Bar & Grill in Hollywood, CA, on January 20, 2013.
From the StarKid musical Twisted: The Untold Story of a Royal Vizier
Music by A.J. HolmesLyrics by Kaley McMahon
Transpositions available to ANY key upon request. Contact customer service after purchase.
From Talk to Me Written by Tim Rosser and Charlie Sohne11 year-old Connor's life sometimes seems to revolve around his older brother, Graham. Graham is on the spectrum and is often the focus of everything from their mother's attention to gossip at school. When the two brothers are together, Connor therefore fades into the background -- and because of that...
Make room in your laminated binder next to "Girl in 14G" and "Alto's Lament", cherubs ("cherubs" in the sense of both the pet name, and the alumni of Northwestern's illustrious summer theater intensive): “The Only [Straight] Boy in the Room” is a sultry slow jam that allows its singer to show off comic timing, lyrical dexterity, and gratuitous belting. It...
From we aren't kids anymore This is a song about your mom. Drew wrote it about his mom, but he made sure that when you sang it it would be about yours somehow as well. A tender ballad from We Aren't Kids Anymore. Originally sung by Drew's bestie two-time Tony Nominee, Alex Brightman. This is a perfect stand-alone for concerts,...