We bring in front of you today an English band – 10cc, with one of their top songs- I'm Not in Love.
10cc were formed in Stockport in 1972 and somehow, they made it till today, still being active in the music world.
The band initially consisted of four musicians – Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley, and Lol Crème.
Each member of the band was a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and producer and they sang mainly art rock, art rock, and progressive pop.
The story of I'm Not in Love starts in 1974, when the song was recorded by 10cc.
The free I'm Not in Love piano sheet music was released in May 1975, as part of the band’s album named The Original Soundtrack, being the second single from the album.
I'm Not in Love was written by Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman and produced by 10cc and it is famous for its innovative backing track, composed out of the band’s multi-tracked vocals.
Once released, the song reached number one in the UK Singles Chart for two weeks and was 10cc’s breakthrough hit also outside the UK, topping the charts in many countries such as Canada, Australia, Norway, and Germany.
The length of the free I'm Not in Love piano sheets is of 6:04 minutes in its original version and it was released as a soft rock music genre song through Mercury studios.
The song enchants us through a variety of instruments like piano and electric piano, bass guitar, and guitar.
I'm Not in Love has an interesting story – it was written by Stewart as a reaction to his wife’s declaration that he did not tell her that he loved her as much as she wanted him to.
Stewart had a beautiful declaration about the situation itself:
I had this crazy idea in my mind that repeating those words would somehow degrade the meaning, so I told her, "Well, if I say every day "I love you, darling, I love you, blah, blah, blah", it's not gonna mean anything eventually