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𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙣𝙜𝙨 𝙞 𝙥𝙤𝙣𝙙𝙚𝙧 𝙤𝙣 (𝙖 𝙡𝙤𝙩)

in BTS

1. how come i can memorize a bazillion kpop groups members names, but can't remember the five people that wrote the declaration of independence?
2. why can remember a whole song in korean, but can't remember the periodic table of elements?
3. how come i can use up all my energy jamming to kpop, but literally fail pe?
4. how come i can stay up 'till 4 'o clock AM (hehe) watching kpop crack compilations, but can't stay up past 9 PM to do math homework?

rant in the comments! XD

bye bye to our boys (for now)

in BTS

if you didn't already know, where have you been? bts will be going on two year hiatus after their next album. why? they will be serving in the military. i, personally, am proud of them for making this decision. i will miss them, but its for the honor of their country. some people are angry, but imagine if they didn't go. they would be hated on and disrespected by other fandoms (probably). its an honor for them to serve and if they missed this opportunity then shame would be put on them all. yes, they were given the opportunity to opt out of it, but they chose to serve their nation. this shows how loyal and respectful they are.  however, serving in the military doesn't necessarily mean they will automatically be out on the battlefield on the verge on death, this just means they will be put in training.
recently, bts has renewed their contract with bighit and will be writing and producing more music even after they come back from the military. nothing is separating us from our babes just yet.
bts are loving, kind, respectful, and such amazing young people. their fanbase has grown so much since 2013 and looking back, they have worked so hard and have given us so much love we can never imagine.
being a multi-stan of many groups, i will just have to listen to them and old bts albums when they come back. i'm not saying this in a bad/bitter way, i just will miss them (its not like i've said that a million times already...)
i know they'll never see this, but army's, please, continue to send love to them and care for them.

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Here are some sheet music transcriptions that have been done:

12th Street Ragalt. chart
(Back Home Again in) Indiana  :  See 'Indiana'
Ballin' the Jack  instrumental piano arrangment
Chinatown, My Chinatown  instrumental piano arrangment
Darktown Strutters' Ball, The  instrumental piano arrangment
I Cried for You
Indiana  instrumental piano arrangment
Makin' Whoopee (public domain for EU / Canada)
My Baby Just Cares for Me (public domain for EU / Canada)
Skeik of Araby, The  instrumental piano arrangment
St. Louis Blues, The  instrumental piano arrangment

Popular song standards currently in the public domain

Sheet music forall of the following songs is in the public domain and most are available for free online from various library digital archives (see links at bottom of this post to find music online). 

(Note: This is a somewhat randomly-chosen list of highlights, and is not a complete list of anything.)

After You've Gone
Alexander's Ragtime Band    [by Irving Berlin]
All By Myself    [by Irving Berlin] 
Am I Blue?
Baby Won't You Please Come Home
Carolina in the Morning
Chinatown, My Chinatown
Do It Again    [by George Gershwin]
Hot Lips
(Back Home Again in) Indiana
I Ain't Got Nobody
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows
I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles
I'm Just Wild About Harry    [by Eubie Blake] 
Ja Da
The Japanese Sandman
Limehouse Blues
Linger Awhile
Look for the Silver Lining    [by Jerome Kern] 
Love Nest
The Memphis Blues
My Buddy    [by Walter Donaldson]
My Sweetie Went Away
Oh By Jingo
Poor Butterfly
Rose Room
Runnin' Wild
The Sheik of Araby
Some of These Days
Someday Sweetheart
St. Louis Blues
Swingin' Down the Lane
There'll Be Some Changes Made
They Didn't Believe Me    [by Jerome Kern]
'Till the Clouds Roll By    [by Jerome Kern] 
Toot Toot Tootsie
Wang Wang Blues
Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
Who's Sorry Now?
The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise
You've Got to See Mama Every Night

More song titles can be found in the series of Wikipedia articles titled "[YEAR] in Music" (e.g. "1918 in Music" at

Newer arrangements of these songs (as found in songbook collections and anthologies) are not necessarily out of copyright. Original sheet music publications of these songs are public domain, however.

Sources for scanned sheet music:

 Johns Hopkins Libaries' Lester S. Levy Sheet Music Collection:

Maine Digital Commons Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection:

York University (Toronto, CA) sheet music collection:

Sheet Music Consortium project via UCLA:

Stanford University list of digital sheet music resources and links: