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Song Name: Lady Bird By: Tad Dameron
Posted By: Vintage_Harpr Difficulty: Intermediate
Key: Any Genre: Jazz
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio: Lady Bird
Created: 2009-04-25 17:04:48 Modified: 2009-04-26 13:04:42
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Song: -2 -2 -2 | -2 -2 -2 | -3' -3''' 1 2 | -2 2 |

-2 -2 -2 | -2 -2 -2 | 4 -3' -1' -2'' | 4 -3'' |

-3' -3'' -3''' | -3' -3'' -3''' (rest) | 

-3 -3' -3'' | -3 -3' -3'' (rest) |

4 -3'' -2'' 2 | 2 -1' -1 -2 |

-2 | -2 |

chord changes are

C7 | C7 | F- | Bb7|
C7 | C7 | Bb- | Eb7 |
Ab7 | Ab7 | A- | D7 |
D- | G7 | C7(sub. E7) Eb7 | Ab7(sub. D7) Db7 |

The sub. E7 or sub. D7 means that if desired, you can change the
chords around so instead of C7, it would be E7. instead of Ab7, it
would be D7. this way, there would be a more affective turn around.

for the ending, take out the last two bars, and end with

-2 -2 -2 | -2 -3' | -3 |

This piece is a medium swing style. 

Have fun
keep on harpin.
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