A poetry collection, A Love Letter To Shabbat is not well-suited for conventional use as a birkon ("song book"). A standard birkon structure presents poetic interpretations of blessing candles, blessing time and place, blessing children, blessing wine or bread, and blessing a bountiful meal. Unconventional? Yes. Traditional? Yes! The zemirot (songs) are each original pi'yutim (poems). The pi'yutim are intended to be sung. This birkon, however, does not provide chords. I think some of you may be able to suss out my melodic inspirations, for each zemir is based on an established folkish tune, but I also think you can sing my lyrics to your folkish (or even punkish) tunes. I'd love to hear what you come up with. Please respect my copyright, though – I obligate you to attribute the lyrics to Reb Arie or ha'qatan Reb Arie. The tune is yours, of course, assuming you didn't steal it from someone else, even if subconsciously.