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It’s Not Unusual Sheet Music Tom Jones

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“It’s Not Unusual Sheet Music” by Tom Jones, “ It’s Not Unusual Sheet Music” for Piano / Vocal/ Guitar Chords , Original key: C Major, number of pages sheet music PDF: 5, Video and Lyrics song It’s Not Unusual Sheet Music.

It's Not Unusual Sheet Music Tom Jones Download It's Not Unusual Piano Sheet Music Free PDF Download

It’s Not Unusual Sheet Music Tom Jones Download It’s Not Unusual Piano Sheet Music Free PDF Download

 

It’s Not Unusual’” is a song written by Les Reed and Gordon Mills, first recorded by a then-unknown Tom Jones.

  • Sheet Music Title: It’s Not Unusual Sheet Music Tom Jones
  • Instrument: Piano Sheet Music / Chords / vocal / Guitar Chords
  • Original Published Key: C Major
  • Metronome: 92
  • Author: Tom Jones
  • Album: Unusual)
  • Year: 1965
  • Genre: Pop
  • Sheet Music Format: PDF
  • Piano Sheet Music
  • Pages pdf file: 5
  • It’s Not Unusual Sheet Music Tom Jones.

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Lyrics It’s Not Unusual Sheet Music Tom Jones

“It’s Not Unusual Sheet Music Lyrics Tom Jones”

It’s not unusual to be loved by anyone
It’s not unusual to have fun with anyone
But when I see you hanging about with anyone
It’s not unusual to see me cry
Oh I wanna’ die

It’s not unusual to go out at any time
But when I see you out and about it’s such a crime
If you should ever want to be loved by anyone
It’s not unusual

It happens every day
No matter what you say
You find it happens all the time
Love will never do what you want it to
Why can’t this crazy love be mine

It’s not unusual, to be mad with anyone
It’s not unusual, to be sad with anyone
But if I ever find that you’ve changed at anytime
It’s not unusual to find out that I’m in love with you
Whoa oh oh oh oh

It’s Not Unusual Sheet Music Tom Jones

The musical arranger was Les Reed. Although the guitar has been cited as having been provided by Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, Reed has stated that the only guitarist was Joe Moretti, who is known for his playing on “Shakin’ All Over” and “Brand New Cadillac”. Page does list the session in his online discography, however. Drums were played by Scottish percussionist Andy White, who had previously drummed for The Beatles. or possibly by or Ronnie Verrell, although a claim has also been made by Alan Grahame.

Jones’s group “Tom Jones and the Squires” were missing their regular keyboard player for the session. Drummer Chris Slade ran across the street to La Giaconda coffee house, and the then-unknown Reginald Dwight (later to adopt the stage name Elton John) was recruited for the one-day recording session.

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