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  • Sheet Music Sample Terms and Conditions

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    Pro duced by spe cial ar range ment withTHE DRA MATIC PUB LISHING COM PANY of Woodstock, Il li nois

    Book MCMLXXXVI, MCMLXXXVII by JULES TASCALyrics MCMLXXXVI, MCMLXXXVII by TED DRACHMAN

    Mu sic MCMLXXXVI, MCMLXXXVII by THOMAS TIERNEY

    Based upon the work The Lion, the Witch and the Ward robe byC.S. LEWIS

    Printed in the United States of Amer icaAll Rights Re served

    (NARNIA)

    Dramatic Publishing Company, Woodstock, Illinois.

    www.dramaticpublishing.com

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