John Hiatt is an American singer, born on the 20th of August 1952. He has been nominated for nine Grammy Awards and awarded a lot of times in the music industry.
Have a Little Faith in Me is one of his greatest songs, written and performed by him. Released in 1987 as part of the album named Bring the Family, the song belongs to the Rock genre and it has a length of 4 minutes.
Looking into the free Have a Little Faith in Me piano sheet music composition, we find Mandy Moore with the vocals, John Fields with the electric guitars, bass, and keyboards, Jimmy Coup with acoustic guitar, Jeff Victor with piano, Brian Gallagher with the saxophone and amazing Dorian Crozier with his drums.
The song is so balanced and it attracted a lot of well-known artists to cover it like for example Bill Frisell had an instrumental version on his album in 1992, Delbert McClinton in 1992, Joe Cocker had also his version in 1994 and so on.
The message is around John’s sobriety from alcohol and drugs and it is so important to him because it destroyed his marriage and almost his career also. When he first wanted to record the song, he found out that his wife committed suicide.
The message of the song allows us to feel, to experience the pain and agony that John was experimenting and that is why the song is so touching and full of feelings.
The Mandy Moore version is also incredible and had also a music video directed by Christopher Mills, being their first collaboration. They reached no 39 on the Pop Songs chart and sold more than 1,000 copies of it.
Have a Little Faith in me was also used in the TV show Nashville.
You can find the free Have a Little Faith in Me piano sheets on our website and you can enjoy by trying to play it at your piano at home.