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HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES? (M346)
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HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES? key F 2:29
4 bar intro and vocal in at 9 seconds, vocal through, Brass solo at 1:10 and vocal back in at 1:39 with "and all at once I lost my breath....", continue through the song, repeat the last line 3 times and finish.

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M346. HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES
key - F - vocal range - C to E (F optional top note).
Great Rodgers and Hart gem with a quirky bridge to get your teeth into! Sung by everyone from Bing Crosby to Robbie Williams. Nice Livetrak "Big Band" keyboard arrangement.

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