A free sheet music collection, music videos, and even the classic songs of old school rock are making their way online.
The collection includes old school songs such as “I Wanna Be Yours,” “Rockin’ Around the Clock,” “Lion’s Club,” and “Don’t Get Me Started,” along with modern songs like “We’re Just Friends,” “I’m a King,” and the popular song “Happy Birthday” by the Rolling Stones.
The music is available for free online, with the exception of “I Love You” by Queen.
The sheet music for “Don�t Get Me Trying” was available for $5.99 and was also free online.
“I Want to Go Crazy” was a $10.99 free download.
“We’re just going to start getting really big on it,” said Todrick Smith, founder of the website “I Am a King” with his band, the Royal Jellybeans.
“It�s got to be big.”
The music collection includes songs from the Rolling Stone, The Beach Boys, and Elvis Presley.
“It�ll get to a point where it�s like, ‘What are we going to do with it?’
So we�re going to create a playlist that will be like an album,” said Smith.
The website will also be able to sell sheet music online for $2.99.
The website will have a section on the back of the collection that features songs from various artists including Bob Dylan, Elvis Presly, Sting, and the Who.
Smith said the music is being made for people who are not musicians, and he hopes to eventually offer the sheet music to people who have a lot of music on their hard drives.
The site also has a section for music videos that feature music videos of popular movies.
“A lot of the stuff we do is based on things that we�ve seen in movies,” Smith said.
“The music videos will be very real.”
Smith said he hopes that the music collection will become more popular, and is also hoping to help other musicians by getting their music videos to be uploaded to the site.
Smith says he hopes his music collection can help people discover music they might not have heard before.
“The more music people listen to, the more people are going to discover music,” Smith told CBC News.