paramore drum sheet music?

I've looked online and I can't really find the sheet music for the drums for some of the songs I want. I only found a few sites, but not my favorite songs.

Does anyone know where I can find it?

Update:

I don't want drum tabs. Just the sheet music

Update 2:

I'm trying to get a tattoo of it and I don't want tabs of it. Just the sheet music

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Here are some tabs (For Guitar and Drums)

    http://www.911tabs.com/tabs/p/paramore/

    That's all I could find..sorry!

    If you really need the sheet music, try looking up "Paramore Drum Covers" on http://www.youtube.com/

    And if you get a Youtube account, you can ask the makers of the video if they will send you where they found the sheet music.

    Here is a starter video..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKlDvtdhR4g

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    :)

    Edit: Ohh I see, well I'm looking for it (:

    Edit: Okay, so I found sheet music, and I searched "Drums" but I don't know if it is or not.. if not, I'll keep looking =]

    http://www.tapartoche.com/en/sheet-music.php?name=...

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

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    paramore drum sheet music?

    I've looked online and I can't really find the sheet music for the drums for some of the songs I want. I only found a few sites, but not my favorite songs.

    Does anyone know where I can find it?

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  • Velia
    Lv 4
    5 years ago

    Most piano sheet music is commercially printed. Somebody holds a copyright to the music and a publisher purchases the rights to print and distribute it. That is their business and they expect to make money from it. Some music is considered "public domain" which means that nobody holds a copyright. This could be legally distributed for free. Tab is a little different. Most of the free tab was made by individuals like you or me. I might figure out a lick or chords to a song and transcribe it into tab, then upload it to the web to share. There's no guarantee that it's correct, in fact there are a lot of poorly tabbed songs out there. It's kind of a gray area. You can argue that personally interpreted tab is a copyright violation, but in practice it's been ignored. It's sort of the difference between photocopying a book (a clear copyright violation) or writing down the story as you remember it. (plagarism)

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