Meat Loaf, the "beast" we all know from the incredible song I'd Do Anything for Love, is an American singer and actor.
He is appreciated for his incredible wide-ranging voice and theatrical live shows.
His most amazing trilogy - Bat Out of Hell, Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell, and Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose—has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide, and still re, nowadays, on top of the charts, making it among the best-selling albums in history.
Meat Loaf sings mainly in the rock music genre, but also heavy metal and hard rock.
Bat Out Of Hell is a song released by Meat Loaf in 1979.
The song was released as a single in 1979 and again in 1993.
The free Bat Out Of Hell piano sheet music is part of Meat Loaf’s album with the same name - Bat Out of Hell.
It was released as a hard rock song, in three different lengths – 9:52 minutes the original one, included in the album, 7:19 minutes the edit version, and 4:35 minutes the single edit.
Bat Out Of Hell was written by Jim Steinman and produced by Todd Rundgren.
The song and almost the entire album was inspired by Peter Pan and the Neverland story. Bat Out Of Hell was intended to appear on a rock ‘n roll sci-fi version of Peter Pan.
The free Bat Out Of Hell piano sheets opens with an instrumental section, for about two minutes.
In this part, we can hear mostly the piano and guitar.
Then, easily, the lyrics set the scene of guns, evil and focuses upon a "pure" girl:
Oh baby you're the only thing in this whole world
That's pure and good and right
And wherever you are and wherever you go
There's always gonna be some light.
The song’s composition includes vocals, drums, synthesizer, bass guitar, keyboards, electric guitar, and percussion.
The music video made for Bat Out Of Hell features shots of a motorcyclist covered by a full moon, interfering with shorts of Meat Loaf and backing singers at microphones.