Amiga Mia description
"Amiga Mía" (English: My (female) Friend) is a song written and performed by Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz. It was released in 1998 as the third single from his fifth album Más. In the beginning of the video, Alejandro stand at a rooftop and started to sing. It's early in the morning thus people slowly start to wake up from sleep. In the middle of the video, one old man called the cops to arrest Alejandro. Cops arrived but he didn't care, he didn't stop singing. While all the people were busy watching Alejandro, a girl wakes up and leaves her house. in the end of the video, the aforementioned girl went to saw his boy friend. They stare at each other and at last they kissed. Show Amiga Mia piano sheet
Alejandro Sanz description
Alejandro Sanz is a Spanish singer-songwriter and musician. For his work, Sanz has won a total of fifteen Latin Grammy Awards and three Grammy Awards. He has won the Latin Grammy for Album of the Year three times, more than any other artist. Throughout his career, he has released a total of eight studio albums and six DVDs. The singer is noted for his flamenco-influenced ballads, but he has also experimented with rock, salsa, and hip hop. Born in Madrid, Sanz began playing guitar at age seven, taking influence from his family's flamenco roots. He released his debut album at age sixteen, although he did not gain commercial success in Spain until his second release, Viviendo Deprisa.
His next two records, Si Tú Me Miras (1993) and 3 (1995) also fared well commercially, but it was his 1997 breakthrough album Más that garnered ... More piano sheets by Alejandro Sanz
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