Take a moment to transpose into Eternity, through a wonderful song by Robbie Williams.
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Robbie Williams was born in 1974 in England and followed his dream of entering the music world through the pop group Take That.
He activated as a Take That member between 1990 and 1995 and he decided to follow his solo career starting with 1996.
He embraced unexpected success on his own, six of his albums being in the top 100 biggest-selling albums in the UK.
We gladly present you today one of Robbie Williams’ greatest hits – the free Eternity piano sheet music.
The song was released as the fifth single from the artist’s third studio album named Sing When You’re Winning – 2000, but it doesn’t appear in the album.
Eternity was later included on the artist’s Greatest Hits album.
The song was written by Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers and it was produced by the latter together with Steve Power.
The most beautiful part of the song is that it is a tribute to the close friendship the artist has with Geri Halliwell.
The song comes in different lengths – 5:00 minutes in the album version, 4:12 minutes in the radio edit and two more also with a different name- The Road to Mandalay, which is the second title of the song.
We can also enjoy two music videos for this song – the video for The Road to Mandalay, featuring Williams and four of his friends driving a Ford van and the video for Eternity, as a sequel to The Road to Mandalay, directed by Vaughan Arnell, featuring mixed scenes from the first video.