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(I Just) Died In Your Arms Tonight (ver. 1) by Nick Van Eede - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

About the Song
"(I Just) Died in Your Arms" is a power ballad written by Nick Van Eede and introduced by his band, Cutting Crew, in 1986. It was their biggest hit, peaking at #1 in the United States, Canada and Norway, and reaching the Top Five in the UK, South Africa, Sweden and Switzerland. Vocalist Nick Van Eede founded the group along with Canadian guitarist Kevin Scott MacMichael in 1985, and the two made demos that led to a recording contract, before bassist Colin Farley and drummer Martin Beadle joined in 1986. The band recorded and released an album of all original material that same year, and had an international hit. The words "I just died in your arms tonight" originally came to Van Eede while he was having sex with his girlfriend,[1] "death" being an often-used metaphor for orgasm. Writing down the phrase, Van Eede later used it as the hook to "(I Just) Died In Your Arms." Nick Van Eede (born.    Download this sheet!
About the Artist
Nick Van Eede (born Nicholas Van Eede, 14 June 1958, East Grinstead, Sussex, England) is an English musician, producer and songwriter. He is best remembered for singing and writing the U.S. #1 power ballad, hit, "(I Just) Died in Your Arms" for his band, Cutting Crew. While working as an hospital orderly in the late 1970s, Van Eede was discovered playing by the ex-Animal Chas Chandler, who sent him on a tour of Poland as support for Slade. Van Eede was only 18 when sent on the road. He recalls "I went with a kazoo and an acoustic guitar and opened for Slade in amphitheatres in front of 18,000 people. I went down as a storm and had the loudest kazoo in Europe, because Slade took their own PA on the road!" His career continued with tours supporting headliners like David Essex, Hot Chocolate and Alan Price. During that time, Van Eede released three solo singles between 1978 and 1979, but none of them charted in the UK Singles Chart. They were: "Rock 'n' Roll Fool" b/w "Ounce Of Sense" "All Or Nothing" b/w "Hold On To Your Heart" "I Only Want To Be Number One" b/w "Dicing" "(I Just) Died in Your Arms" is a power ballad written by Nick Van Eede and.
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