Bryan Adams - Run to You sheet music

Whenever you feel in love or want to feel in love with some rock vibe, Bryan Adams is the one to choose for your piano.

Today we chose one of his songs – the free Run to You piano sheet music for our article, so let’s dive in together.

Bryan Adams is a Canadian artist, acting as a singer, composer photographer and guitarist.

He has been active in the music world since 1975 and is considered one of the best-selling music artists of all time.

Bryan Adams sings mainly rock, pop-rock, soft rock music genres and he plays harmonica, piano, guitar and bass guitar.

Among his most famous songs, we can name Summer of ’69, Everything I do, I Do It For You, All For Love, Please Forgive Me, Have you Ever Really Loved a Woman?

Coming back to our song of the day – the free Run to You piano sheets, it is an ‘80s song, released in October 1984, as the lead single from Brian Adam’s fourth album named Reckless.

The song’s theme refers to infidelity and it shows the perspective of a man who confesses that he continued to "run to" his mistress over his faithful partner.

It is also featured as a metaphor, as in the music video made for Run to You, the "mistress" is shown as the artist’s guitar.

Once released, Run to You topped the Billboard Top Rock Tracks and it was very well received by the public and critics.

As awards, Run to You was certified Gold in Canada in 1985 and Silver in the UK.

Looking into the song’s composition, we have a 3:53 minutes song, released as part of the rock and hard rock music genres, through A&M Records.

As the majority of Adam’s song, Run to You incorporates instruments like guitar, keyboards, bass, drums and percussion.

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Run to You - Bryan Adams piano tutorial

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