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Breathe Me (ver. 1) by Sia - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
Breathe Me is the third track from Colour the Small One is a 2004 album by Sia. It was re-released January 10, 2006 in the United States, after the track "Breathe Me" became popular on alternative radio, following its feature as the closing song in the series finale of the HBO drama Six Feet Under. In the UK, the proper first single "Breathe Me" (second release after "Don't Bring Me Down") reached a respectable #71 on the charts in May 2004, whilst the third single "Where I Belong" failed to make any impact. The fourth and final single "Numb" went largely unnoticed. When it was released in 2004, "Breathe Me" was the first single across most of the world, while "Don't Bring Me Down" was the second. Due to a re-surfacing of popularity with "Breathe Me" in the United States, it was re-released in the U.S. "Breathe Me" gained popularity on alternative rock and alternative adult radio stations in.    Download this sheet!
About the Artist
Sia Kate Isobelle Furler (born December 18, 1975) also simply known as Sia, is an Australian pop singer. She is noted for her work with Zero 7 and her three major label solo albums. Sia Furler, born in Adelaide, South Australia, was part of the Australian acid jazz and indie formation, Crisp, which released two albums entitled Word and the Deal and Delirium. Sia later released her own solo album entitled OnlySee in 1997 on a now-defunct independent record label. Furler did not achieve commercial success until her move to the United Kingdom where she embarked on a solo career. Breathe Me is the third track from Colour the Small One is a 2004 album by Sia. It was re-released January 10, 2006 in the United States, after the track "Breathe Me" became popular on alternative radio, following its feature as the closing song in the series finale of the HBO drama Six Feet Under. In the UK, the proper first single "Breathe Me" (second release after "Don't Bring Me Down") reached a respectable #71 on the charts in May 2004, whilst the third single "Where I Belong" failed to make any impact. The fourth and final single "Numb" went largely unnoticed. When it was.
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