The Beatles - Girl sheet music

The Beatles always sound like rock, rock sounds like real music, real music sounds like fun, girls and parties.

The Beatles were an English rock band, formed in 1960 by the famous John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr.

They are the most influential band of all time, a name and place hard to get.

They sang mainly rock and pop and stopped their activity in 1970 when they had their break-up.

Since then, John Lennon was shot and killed in 1980, George Harrison died of lung cancer in 2001 and Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are still active in the world of music.

When they released the free Girl piano sheets, it was late 1965, more exactly the 3rd of December.

The song was released as part of The Beatles’ album named Rubber Soul and belongs to the folk-rock music genre.

Girl is considered a love song, more exact, one of the most melancholic songs by The Beatles.

The lovely beat of the song has been enchanting us since its release, every time it’s played on the radio, at parties or we identify it in the media.

Girl has a length of 2:32 minutes, has Greek influence in its rhythm and it is supposed to have been composed for Lennon’s wife, Cynthia.

Looking into the free Girl piano sheet music composition, we can see the similarities to Greek music, listening to the passage from Zorba the Greek, by Mikis Theodorakis.

The song includes acoustic guitars, capos, bouzouki sounds, bass guitar, drums, and vocals.

Due to its popularity, Girl has been covered by many famous artists until today.

Notable versions are the ones by Jim Sturgess, Rhett Miller, and St. Louis Union.

The interesting fact about Girl is that many behind-the-scenes voices say that the story of the song might be about pot and not an actual girl.

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Girl - The Beatles piano tutorial

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