We are going to start our day with a romantic song, so if you are in the same mood, stay with us, and if not, you can search for another song on our website.
Keith Urban is an Australian-American singer, songwriter, and record producer, active since 1991 in the world of music, singing mostly country music and pop-rock and playing vocals and guitar.
You'll Think of Me is today’s romantic country song by Keith Urban.
The song was released in January 2004, as part of Keith Urban’s 2002 album named Golden Road.
The free You'll Think of Me piano sheet music was written by Darrel Brown, Ty Lacy, and Dennis Matkosky, and co-produced by Dann Huff and Keith Urban.
Once released, the free You'll Think of Me piano sheets had great success, reaching number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100, number 6 on the US Adult Top 40 chart, and number 2 on the US Adult Contemporary chart.
The song’s music video was released in January 2004 and was directed by Sam Erickson.
The video is grey, black, and white and sometimes with faded colors and it features Keith singing in an empty home at the beginning.
It also features him remembering good times in that house, memories, which are full-colored, together with his ex-girlfriend, who he says that she can take everything and go because he doesn’t need anything from her.
The sad message of the song is that even if she takes everything from their home and life, at some point, she will think of him.
The interesting fact about the song is the debate about the misheard lyric, which is very funny. The correct line:
take your cat and leave my sweater
has been misheard as
take your cap and leave my sweater
At some point, Keith Urban confirmed, via the Storme Warren Show, that the lyric is in fact "cat."
Looking into the composition of the song, we are enchanted by guitars, percussion, keyboards, and bass guitar.