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Left Outsite Alone (ver. 1) by Anastacia - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
"Left Outside Alone" is a soul rock song written by American pop singer Anastacia and producers Dallas Austin and Glen Ballard (detailing the singers relationship with her estranged father). for her third studio album, Anastacia (2004). It was released as the album's lead single in on March 15, 2004 (see 2004 in music) and reached number one in Australia, Austria, Finland, Italy, Greece, Spain, and Switzerland, number two in Denmark, the Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, Norway, and Romania, and number three in the United Kingdom. In the United States "Left Outside Alone" was another success on the Billboard dance charts, where it reached the top position on the Hot Dance Singles Sales. Anastacia (born Anastacia Lyn Newkirk on September 17, 1968) is a multi-platinum American singer and songwriter. Anastacia has been highly successful in Europe, Latin America, Oceania, Asia, South Africa and Australia.    Download this sheet!
About the Artist
Anastacia (born Anastacia Lyn Newkirk on September 17, 1968) is a multi-platinum American singer and songwriter. Anastacia has been highly successful in Europe, Latin America, Oceania, Asia, South Africa and Australia but has not had as much success in her native United States. In 2005 she was recognized for worldwide sales of 20 million units. Anastacia is world renowned for her edgy, soulful voice and is famous for her ability to hit powerful notes (C3 - C6/D6) in a full voice range well into Soprano tessituras. Her small stature (160 cm or 5'3") has also led to her being nicknamed "The Little Lady with The Big Voice". She was also known for her trademark glasses (often darkly tinted), but she had surgery to correct her vision permanently in August 2005. She made headlines when diagnosed in 2003 with breast cancer. On April 21, 2007 she married her bodyguard of three years, Wayne Newton, in Mexico. "Left Outside Alone" is a soul rock song written by American pop singer Anastacia and producers Dallas Austin and Glen Ballard (detailing the singers relationship with her estranged father). for her third studio album, Anastacia (2004). It was.
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