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These midis are favorites of my friends.
Please feel free to use them.
There is probably a story behind each of these songs.

(The midi you hear playing "It's Impossible" is my favorite.)

May I Have This Last Dance

LadyDi15

Wav By Anne Murray

Lady Di15
norawadsworth

I Just Called To Say I Love You

Lady Di15

Last Date

Shert

If

Shert

Always Have A Dream

Shert

True Loves Way

Webvilleladies (Da Mayor)

Because You Love Me

Dreams803 (G/Daughter)

September Song

Skallywagg

I Can't Get Started

Skallywagg

Sweet Lorraine

Skallywagg

Stardust

Skallywagg

Unchained Melody

Gjthomas

Sweet Dreams

guyfromchicago

LesPreludePoem3

guyfromchicago

Sixteen Candles

Burch4

On The Road Again

Burch4

Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone

Kdewca

Swept

Kdewca

Amarillo By Morning

Kdewca

Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Mobile94

Amazing Grace

homeinmotion2

Somewhere In Time

joanmaried

As Time Goes By

therose1121

I Will Remember You

therose1121

What A Difference A Day Makes

Brattrouble

Tangerine

Brattrouble

Ivory Tower

Mllee45

April Love

Mllee45

Moon River

Mllee45

The Dance

vegas95

Wind Beneath My Wings

vegas95

Crazy

vbader

Because Of You

vbader

Welcome To My World

irishmatilda

Special Angel

irishmatilda

You'll Never Know

glenfromyak

Mozart's Cavitina

glennfromyak

Green Eyes

glenfromyak

You Are My Sunshine

AJS75

I Love How You Love Me

AJS75

Walkin On Sunshine

just1246

Two Less Lonely People In The World

just1246

Misty Blue

vgimes

Strangers In The Night

vgrimes

Daddy's Little Girl

riddell

A Summer Place

viewerobertson

Claire deLune

viewerobertson

Canadian Sunset

viewerobertson

Make The World Go Away

JazzyGma

After The Lovin'

JazzyGma

Prelude To Act Three Of Lohengrin

JazzyGma

<>My Midi Madness Index

"Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent." Victor Hugo

"Music is the best means we have of digesting time." ~ W.H. Auden

"People never write pretty melodies for tubas. It just isn"t done." ~ George Kleinsinger and Paul Tripp

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