song sheet

song sheet

(ˈsɒŋˌʃiːt) or

songsheet

n
(Music, other) a piece of paper with the words to one or more songs on it.
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The supermarket have put together a song sheet online in an effort to revive the tradition.
With regulators failing to sing to the same song sheet as the buyers, a proposed $1.
We have 73 MEPs, less than 10% of the total and they don't all sing from the same song sheet so what chance has this country got of persuading any of those other countries to support anything we have to say?
I'm Bringing Home My Baby Bumblebee" is a book/CD combo that presents colorfully illustrated song lyrics telling the story of the song of the title, plus song lyrics and a written piano/vocal song sheet and a CD recording of the title song.
It's worth noting that Diane Abbott, who these days swans around Westminster puffed up with her own selfimportance, is singing from the same song sheet as McDonnell.
Among the tunes on the song sheet will be Time to Say Goodbye and Nessun Dorma.
The committee is singing from the same song sheet as the European Parliament (see Europolitics 4762).
The EP, Council and Commission are finally singing from the same song sheet when it comes to the legislative package proposed in December 2011 as a priority of the Single Market Act.
We need to promote the following: hard work, caring governments, self-belief, respected systems of governance, a radical change of mindset, and use a common song sheet.
Rights holders would use legal remedies--such as claims of copyright infringement, unlicensed vending, and trade violations--to stop bootleg song sheet distributors and vendors.
His film rocks and rolls to a familiar song sheet, but fizzes with infectious energy, matched by some droll dialogue that should win over older viewers.
The book includes musical notation and a few b&w historical song sheet covers.