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Leaving So Soon? (ver. 1) by Keane - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
"Leaving So Soon?" is a song performed and composed by English piano rock and alternative rock band Keane, featured on their second studio album, Under the Iron Sea. "Leaving So Soon?" was the last song composed for the album, circa 2005.The song is considered a fan favourite, and was believed by some to be a potential single for the album. It remains the Keane song with the highest tempo released (144). Written by pianist Tim Rice-Oxley, it has been rumoured amongst fans that the lyrics were aimed at fellow band member Tom Chaplin after the band had an argument, similarly to two other songs on the album, 'Hamburg Song' and 'Broken Toy'. Keane are an English piano rock band; first established in Battle; East Sussex in 1995; taking their current name in 1997. The group comprises composer; bassist; and pianist Tim Rice-Oxley; lead vocalist Tom Chaplin and drummer Richard Hughes.Their original.    Download this sheet!
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Keane are an English piano rock band; first established in Battle; East Sussex in 1995; taking their current name in 1997. The group comprises composer; bassist; and pianist Tim Rice-Oxley; lead vocalist Tom Chaplin and drummer Richard Hughes.Their original line-up included founder and guitarist Dominic Scott; who left in 2001. Keane are known for using a piano as their lead instrument instead of guitars; significantly differentiating them from most rock bands. The inclusion of a distorted piano effect since 2006 and various synthesizers are now a common feature in their music that nowadays combines the pure piano rock sound used during their first album and the alternative rock sound which developed during 2005. "Leaving So Soon?" is a song performed and composed by English piano rock and alternative rock band Keane, featured on their second studio album, Under the Iron Sea. "Leaving So Soon?" was the last song composed for the album, circa 2005.The song is considered a fan favourite, and was believed by some to be a potential single for the album. It remains the Keane song with the highest tempo released (144). Written by pianist Tim Rice-Oxley, it.
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