Chicago, the band, not the city, brings us today one of their most wonderful songs- Hard to Say I'm Sorry.
Chicago is one of the best American rock bands, formed in Illinois in 1967.
They are classified as a rock and roll band with horns, as they like to name themselves, and they sing pop music, jazz, R&B, and classical music.
What is notable is that, up to date, Chicago has sold over 40 million units in the US, with 23 gold albums.
Hard to Say I'm Sorry is a song released by the band, written by the group bassist Peter Cetera, together with David Foster, who is also the producer of the song.
The free Hard to Say I'm Sorry piano sheet music was released in May 1982, as the lead single of the band’s album named Chicago 16, and it is considered a soft rock music genre song.
Once released, the song reached number 1 for two weeks in the Billboard Hot 100 and it was their second number one hit.
Hard to Say I'm Sorry was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, and certified Gold by the RIAA.
The B side of the song is taken by Sonny Think Twice, another great song by Chicago.
The length of the free Hard to Say I'm Sorry piano sheets is of 5:06 minutes in the album version and 3:42 minutes in the single version, and it was released through Warner Bros.
Because of its success, Hard to Say I'm Sorry has been covered by many famous artists and bands, such as Westlife, Tim McGraw, Peter Cetera, or Az Yet.
It was used in media in movies, soundtrack, commercials, and TV shows and it is loved by the public and critics.
Looking into its composition, we will be enchanted by the leading vocals, acoustic guitar, synthesizers, drums, and bass.