Owl City - Lonely Lullaby sheet music

Owl City is an American project, created in 2007 in Owatonna, Minnesota. It is an electronic music project, created by the singer and songwriter Adam Young.

He created Owl City while experimenting with music in his parents’ house.

The years active are starting from 2007 until present and the genres are Electronica, synth-pop, and indietronica.

Lonely Lullaby was released as a single on iTunes, previously available only to Owl City Galaxy members.

The free Lonely Lullaby piano sheet music is a song by Owl City project, from the third album named All Things Bright and Beautiful, from 2011.

The song has a length of 4:30 minutes and it is labeled the Universal Republic.

The original version of Lonely Lullaby was released as a fan club exclusive in March 2011, being the fourth single from the album named All Things Bright and Beautiful.

The song is very emotional and its composition is emo-influenced, and it is considered to be a ballad.

Written and produced by Adam Young, the song was composed in the key of F major and set to be like a flowing tempo, approximately 69 BPM.

When looking into the free Lonely Lullaby piano sheets composition, you can see that the song follows a chord progression of C♯ – G♯m – F♯ – C♯ – B – F♯.

The story of the song is that it was composed to be a tribute to Annmarie Monson, Adam’s ex-girlfriend. He loved her the most and she was considered to be the most beautiful and wonderful woman in the world for him.

We do not know the real reason why their love story ended, but we know he was so in love with her, that he composed this tribute.

We highly advise you to try playing it at your piano at home, as it is an incredible love song.

You can play it with the help of our free piano sheets available on our website and also come back with your feedback afterward.

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Lonely Lullaby - Owl City piano tutorial

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