It's great to be able to offer you these songs free of charge, I hope you have great fun singing them. Please remember that even though they are free, they are all
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You can enjoy the mp3 and midi files freely for your personal use, but you may not copy them or distribute them in any way. If you like them, why not buy a CD for a friend, or direct them to www.maynardsgroovytunes.co.uk?
You can print out one copy of the sheet music for your own personal use (ie playing from on any occasion, including in Sunday School or church etc). You'll need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to look at or print the pdf files. You can download it free of charge from www.adobe.com
If you have a CCLI licence, you may reproduce the words, reporting this in accordance with the terms of the licence. For more information, www.ccli.com Otherwise please contact David Heath-Whyte for permission.
Only one copy for your personal use, as stated above.
If you wish to have other copies (for a music group for example), you will need to purchase a CD for each copy, or get each person to download their own copy.
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If other people want to obtain the music, please direct them to the website: www.maynardsgroovytunes.co.uk (or buy them a CD!)
All the songs, all together, in one place. It is available by download as an Adobe PDF - in the store. Click here.
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