A wonderful way to start our week – learning how to play at the piano the free Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word piano sheets, by Elton John.
The song was written by Elton John, in collaboration with Bernie Taupin, as they have a collaboration of more than 30 albums.
Sir Elton Hercules John, is an English singer, songwriter, pianist and composer who has been enchanting us with his incredible work for almost 60 years.
He is one of the best-selling music artists of all time and offers us music from the pop-rock and rock music genres, but not only.
Today we chose for our article his song the free Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word piano sheet music, which is part of his album Blue Moves, but has also been included in the albums Greatest Hits Volume II, Greatest Hits 1976-1986, The Very Best of Elton John and in Greatest Hits 1970-2002.
The song was recorded by Elton John and written by him together with his career-partner Bernie Taupin, with the production by Gus Dudgeon.
Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word was released in November 1976 and has been over the media until nowadays, this is the magnitude of its impact in media.
The song was released by The Rocket Record Company as a mournful ballad that tells the story of a romantic relationship falling apart.
When starting writing the song, Taupin thought of a simple idea, but one that everyone can relate to, sooner or later in life, not necessarily in a romantic relationship.
The title of the song says everything since the beginning, you don’t need to listen to every word to understand, mainly because of the title and the chorus.
Looking into Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word composition, we can see that it comes in a length of 3:48 minutes and it incorporates, as most of Elton John’s songs, instruments like piano, vibraphone, accordion, bass, electric piano and strings.
As we made it available on our website starting from today, you can enjoy it at your piano at home whenever you feel like it.