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Transcript of Charlie Chaplin the Songs of Charlie Chaplin

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  • THE SONGS OF

    C~af{Qie C~apQiVlThis collectors' edition, which has never been available

    before, is comprised of songs written by Charlie Chaplin.All are derived from the music he composed for his films.

    1 SMILE (from MODERN TIMES) 22 SING A SONG (from THE GOLD RUSH). . . . . . 43 NOW THAT IT'S ENDED (from A KING IN NEW YORK) 84 WEEPING WILLOWS (from A KING IN NEW YORK) 105 MANDOLIN SERENADE (from A KING IN NEW YORK) 126 FALLING STAR (from THE GREAT DICTATOR) 147 WITHOUT YOU (from A KING IN NEW YORK) 208 YOU ARE THE SONG (from THE GENTLEMAN TRAMP) 259 BEAUTIFUL, WONDERFUL EYES ( from CITY LIGHTS) 28

    10 THE SPRING SONG (from A KING IN NEW YORK) 3011 ETERNALLY (from LIMELIGHT) . . . . . . . . . . 3212 THE TERRY THEME-piano solo (from LIMELIGHT) 34

    BOURNE CO./ New YorkCopyright l992 by Bourne Co., New York

    International Copyright Secured. All Rights ReservedPrinted in U.S.A.

    Cover photo copyright Roy Export Company Establishment

  • 2SMILEfrom MODERN TIMESLyric by

    JOHN TURNER andGEOFFREY PARSONS

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    Music byCHARLIE CHAPLIN

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  • 4SING A SONGfrom THE GOLD RUSH Lyric and Music by

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  • 8NOW THAT IT'S ENDEDfrom A KING IN NEW YORK

    by CHARLES CHAPLIN

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    WEEPING WILLOWSfrom A KING IN NEW YORK

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