One of the most loved duos of all time was Roxette.
They were a Swedish pop-rock band and consisted of Marie Fredriksson in charge with vocals and keyboards and Per Gessle in charge with vocals also and guitar.
Roxette was formed in 1986 and ended their activity in 2019, when, unfortunately, Marie Fredriksson died because of a brain tumor.
They sang mostly pop and soft rock, dance-pop, and power pop.
Among their most successful songs we have to name It Must Have Been Love and Listen to Your Heart.
The band released the free Spending My Time piano sheets in November 1991 as the fourth single of their third studio album named Joyride.
The song was written by Per Gessle and Mats Persson, with the production of Clarence Ofwerman.
The song belongs to the pop-rock music genre and has a length of 4:39 minutes in its original version.
In the composition of Spending My Time, we encounter elements like vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, keyboards, and great programming and engineering.
Once released, the free Spending My Time piano sheet music reached the top ten in Germany and Italy and top twenty in many other countries such as Austria, Canada, Australia, Finland, and Sweden.
The song has been covered over the years by many artists, it has also a remix version and a Spanish version, released in 1996.
While the Billboard called Spending My Time an "acoustic-anchored pop/rock ballad", the Swedish newspaper Expressen named it a "high-pitched melancholy ballad".
It is clear that the song was loved by the public, the critics, and other artists, as it has been used also in the media and covered many times.
Spending My Time has also a music video which was directed by Wayne Isham.
The video features Marie Fredriksson in different places in a house, such as sitting by a window, lying in bed, sitting at a table singing, and playing the guitar.