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Mandy (ver. 9) by Barry Manilow - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
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"Mandy" (or "Brandy" in 1971) was a 1974 hit song for Barry Manilow. It was his first number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and Adult Contemporary charts, and his first gold single. The song was written by Scott English under the title "Brandy", with music by Richard Kerr. Released by English in 1971, "Brandy" reached number 12 in the UK Singles Charts, but the fast-tempo version was a flop in the United States. The suggestion that Scott English wrote the song about a favorite dog is apparently an urban legend. English has said that a reporter called him early one morning asking who "Brandy" was, and an irritated English made up the "dog" story to get the reporter off his back. The line "you kissed me and stopped me from shaking" that appears in the lyrics has led some to believe that the song refers literally to brandy, specifically alcoholism and the DT's of alcohol withdrawal. In the.    Download this sheet!
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Barthezz (born Bart Claessen; January 22; 1980; Asten; Netherlands) is a Dutch dance music DJ. He is best known for his dance tracks; -On the Move- and -Infected-; which reached Number 18 and 25 in the UK Singles Chart respectively. Under his own name; he has released a number of tracks; most notably -First Light-.He has also released tracks under another pseudonym; Stereoshaker. Following these releases he firmly established himself on the dance scene. His own productions -Playmo- and -When Morning Comes- proved popular on the dance floors across Europe. Barthezz further expanded his work remixing Chocolate Puma-s track -Always and Forever-; Ferry Corsten-s -Junk- and Public Domain-s -I Feel Love-. "Mandy" (or "Brandy" in 1971) was a 1974 hit song for Barry Manilow. It was his first number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and Adult Contemporary charts, and his first gold single. The song was written by Scott English under the title "Brandy", with music by Richard Kerr. Released by English in 1971, "Brandy" reached number 12 in the UK Singles Charts, but the fast-tempo version was a flop in the United States. The suggestion that Scott English wrote.
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