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Save The Last Dance For Me - TTBB ac - Download PDF, by Bob Eggers
Save The Last Dance For Me - TTBB ac - Download PDF,<em> by Bob Eggers</em>

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Difficulty Level: IV
Pages: 50

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Save the Last Dance for Me - Lou Reed said "Save the Last Dance for Me" was written by wheelchair bound Doc Pomus to his wife on their wedding day. It's a much beloved song performed by many groups since the Drifters debuted it in 1960, including Michael Bublé. This arrangement captures the charm of the Drifters' version for the first verse, then abruptly launches into the swinging, Brazillian rhythms of the Bublé version. Although the level of difficulty is moderate, it sounds much tricker and makes a rather showy impression, capturing the ludicrous inner dialog of a man maybe a little more jealous than he would care to admit. The solo is for a high baritone or a tenor, and each verse offers an interesting new variation. "Save the Last Dance for Me" is a crowd pleaser your group will love to sing.

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