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   Does anyone have the sheet music for this song.  I would greatly appreciate it.  I have looked at the chord post for the song, but I need the time value for the chords to get a feel for the rhythm of the song.   Thanks.

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Re: Looking for sheet music to the song "OOOH, Child" by Donnie McClurkin
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2006, 08:52:50 AM »
It's in 4/4 time.  This should help you out:

"Ooh Child" by: Donnie McClurkin
Key F  LH/RH

[1, 2] Bb / Bb-D-F Ooh
[3, 4] A / A-C-F child
[1, 2, 3, 4] G / Bb-D-F things are gonna get easier,
(repeat 3x)

Key change to Ab:

[1, 2] Db / Ab-Db-F Some-
[3, 4] C / Ab-C-Eb day we'll
[1, 2, 3, 4] Bb / Ab-Db-F walk together in a beautiful sun,
(repeat 3x)

I know this is pretty basic chords, but that's all it takes to play this song.  Just experiment with different inversions.
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Re: Looking for sheet music to the song "OOOH, Child" by Donnie McClurkin
« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2012, 12:59:26 PM »
"Ooh Child" by: Donnie McClurkin
Key F  LH/RH

Bb Ooh
F/A  child,
Gm7  things are gonna get easier,
(repeat 3x)

Key change to Ab:

Some-
Ab/C  day, we'll
Bbm7  walk together in a beautiful sun,
(repeat 3x)
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Music Theory, da numbers work!

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Re: Looking for sheet music to the song "OOOH, Child" by Donnie McClurkin
« Reply #3 on: October 18, 2012, 05:02:01 PM »
Huh. I didn't know Donnie did a version of this song. Cool.

Yeah, it was produced by Kirk Franklin tho.
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