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Better Off Alone (ver. 1) by Alice Deejay - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
"Do you think you're better off alone?" is the song's primary line, and was written by Pronti of Dutch producers Pronti & Kalmani after his lover left him. The song's secondary line, "Talk to me" was borrowed from The Eurythmics hit song "Here Comes The Rain Again". The song was originally intended to be an instrumental piece, but vocalist Judith Pronk was called upon to sing the lyrics because DJ Jurgen, who was involved in the project, wished to remain an underground DJ. Alice DeeJay was a Dutch electronic music group, who achieved success from 1999 to 2002. "Do you think you're better off alone?" is the song's primary line, and was written by Pronti of Dutch producers Pronti & Kalmani after his lover left him. The song's secondary line, "Talk to me" was borrowed from The Eurythmics hit song "Here Comes The Rain Again". The song was originally intended to be an instrumental piece, but vocalist.    Download this sheet!
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Alice DeeJay was a Dutch electronic music group, who achieved success from 1999 to 2002. "Do you think you're better off alone?" is the song's primary line, and was written by Pronti of Dutch producers Pronti & Kalmani after his lover left him. The song's secondary line, "Talk to me" was borrowed from The Eurythmics hit song "Here Comes The Rain Again". The song was originally intended to be an instrumental piece, but vocalist Judith Pronk was called upon to sing the lyrics because DJ Jurgen, who was involved in the project, wished to remain an underground DJ.Alice DeeJay was a Dutch electronic music group, who achieved success from 1999 to 2002."Do you think you're better off alone?" is the song's primary line, and was written by Pronti of Dutch producers Pronti & Kalmani after his lover left him. The song's secondary line, "Talk to me" was borrowed from The Eurythmics hit song "Here Comes The Rain Again". The song was originally intended to be an instrumental piece, but vocalist Judith Pronk was called upon to sing the lyrics because DJ Jurgen, who was involved in the project, wished to remain an underground DJ.Alice DeeJay was a Dutch electronic.
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