Ervin Drake - I Believe sheet music

Ervin Laine wrote I believe in 1953.

This popular song is a traditional pop genre, that became the first hit song ever introduced on TV, by Jane Froman on her television show.

She asked the composers to write a song that would bring hope and faith after World War II.

Her intentions were to help people believe again, after all the sorrow.

The free I believe piano sheet music expresses the hope and sorrow of the artist quite well.

The song reached number 11 in the Billboard charts and top of the charts in the UK, the US, and many other countries.

It was also recorded by a lot of very well-known artists like Louis Armstrong, The Bachelors, Pat Boone, Mahalia Jackson, Tom Jones, Elvis Presley, and many others.

It also has a version published in 1972 by Shawnee Music that includes a quodlibet with Bach, "Ave Maria", that is performed at Christmas time.

The free I believe piano sheets are mild, calm and it really gives you the sensation of hope and faith, and it is also registered as a religious song.

It manages to transmit what it was supposed to, just by listening to the lyrics:

I believe for every drop of rain that falls a flower grows

I believe that somewhere in the darkest night a candle glows

I believe for everyone who goes astray someone will come to show the way

Looking into its composition, there are elements like piano, vocals, and violin, so well combined that it gives you a great feeling of quietness.

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