Unperformed key! I’ll see you your scowl And raise you a furrowed brow. from Tales from the Bad Years. Key of Db. GUY 2 We’re not seeing Julie? The high note is F5. The high note is D5. The low note is G3. Key of Eb. Key of C. The low note is G3. I can go anywhere. Do you remember how we used to read Rilke, Joyce? The high note is E5.Female version. Performed on the demo by Kate Shindle. Key of Ab, as performed by Josh Young on his self-titled debut album.Suitable for most female voices. As performed by Alysha Umphress. The high note is D5. As performed by Jodie Jacobs.
Key of G. The low note is D3. As performed by The Spring Standards, with Heather Robb singing lead. Unperformed key! The low note is E5. As performed by Nathan Tysen. Key of G. The low note is G3. Unperformed key! Two whole decades can’t prepare you for the moment, When the page is blank before you, And you’re barely even twenty-something.
A solo version of the song, as performed by Jake Wilson on Male/female duet reprise of the song, performed by Jake Wilson and Haviland Stillwell on Duet about a brother and sister relationship. Recommended for a high belt or baritone. GUY 1 Are you ready?
Key of F. The low note is G3. Raise a glass to the generation twenty-something ascending.To check out more of their songs, video clips, shows, etc., visit kerrigan-lowdermilk.com. My whole life is right in front me. Try it out and post it on YouTube - your video could end up here! Male range: C3 to Gb4. The high note is A5.Written as a submission for American Idol. Key of E. The low note is B3. Andy Mientus version. Written for the 52nd Street Project with lyrics by 10-year-old Adnan Ahmed. The low note is A2. The high note is Db5. Adorable. A surprisingly moving song about an elevator, performable by most solo performers or by a group. The high note is C5. Not sure which key is right for you? GUY 1 Dude. Try it out and post it on YouTube - your video could end up here! Kerrigan and Lowdermilk brought their own review of twenty something kvetches called "Tales From The Bad Years." Folky & simple, with lush harmonies. A whole step down from the original key. Key of C. The low note is D3.
The low note is Eb3. Anyway (Tales from the Bad Years) - Sarah Lynn Marion - University of Michigan - Duration: 6:06.
Key of B. Tales from the Bad Years (with Kait Kerrigan) Whatever It Takes (book by Brian Lowdermilk and Gary Sunshine; book by Gary Sunshine) The Woman Upstairs (with … Key of F. The low note is G3. As performed by Lewis Grosso, Aaron Bantum & Sarah Safer. As performed by Nadia Quinn & Meghann Fahy. I’m joking. For two unchanged boys' voices and one girl.
For two adult male voices and one woman. Try it out and post it on YouTube - your video could end up here! As performed by Randy Blair & Barrett Foa. The high note is D5. The high note is C5.
Suitable for any female voice.
from Tales from the Bad Years.
GUY 1 Are you ready? Jeanna de Waal's version. Suitable for most female voices. From The Woman Upstairs. Key of C. The low note is C3. The high note is F#4. Key of A. Inspired by a personal essay written by Siphesihle Mabera, Grade 6A. (With Lindsay Mendez's riffs notated, but optional!) GUY 2 I should brush my teeth, but I’m ready. Key of F. The low note is C3. Nothing’s standing in my way. As performed … I didn’t expect to see you here – I mean outside, smoking. You've come to the right place. Key of D. The low note is C#4. A surprisingly moving song about an elevator, performable by most solo performers or by a group. Unperformed key! Folky & simple, with lush harmonies. College ended and there’s no one here to tell me. Recommended for high belters. Perfect for all of your competition and pageant needs. Key of D. The low note is E3. Female version.
Key of C. The low note is C3. I thought it was only fitting to share the lyrics from one of the songs from the show, "Twenty-Something" :The days of freedom, confusion, frustration, alcohol, and a whole lot of kvetching - our twenties.
Unperformed key! Theme Song from FLASH OF TIME, written for the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts 2013. The high note is G4. The high note is F4. GUY 2 Yes. They experience love lost and first mistakes and a party to end all parties. As performed and recorded by Rebecca Naomi Jones. The high note is C4. Written with the students of Young People's Theatre Workshop under the direction of Claudia Carlsson. The high note is E5. A whole step up from the original, for a soprano or tenor. Key of E. The low note is G#3.
Key of G. The low note is G3.
The high note is G4. The low note is C3. Try it out and post it on YouTube - your video could end up here! Tales from the Bad Years is a new musical about a group of interconnected acquaintances and strangers who enter their twenties with great expectations. Theme Song from FLASH OF TIME, written for the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts 2013. I’m more of a nicorette girl these days.
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