Chariot - Gavin DeGraw Free Piano Sheet Music

Gavin DeGraw - Chariot piano sheet music

Chariot description

"Chariot" is a single by Gavin DeGraw released in 2005, taken from his 2003 album of the same name. It's believed the song addresses the overwhelming feeling Gavin felt when he moved to New York from his rural hometown. In the song, he is supposedly pleading for a chariot to come and take him home (i.e. "You'll be my vacation away from this place/ You know what I want"). DeGraw on "Chariot": "Chariot is a metaphorical vehicle for getting to a place in your mind that is a more broken down and laid back. It's somewhere to be just for a moment - instead of being wrapped up and living wherever you're living and consumed with what you're doing. It's a place to release and chill out." Show Chariot piano sheet

Gavin DeGraw description

Gavin Shane DeGraw is an American musician and singer-songwriter. He is known for his songs "Chariot", "Follow Through", "I Don't Want to Be" (which is the theme song for the television drama series, One Tree Hill), "In Love with a Girl", "Not Over You", "Soldier", and the title track to his latest record, "Sweeter".
DeGraw rose to fame in 2003 when "I Don't Want to Be" was chosen as the theme song for teen drama One Tree Hill. The song has also been performed on American Idol[8] and Idol Sweden by various contestants during different seasons.
DeGraw released his debut album, Chariot, on July 22, 2003 under J Records. Chariot was recorded at Los Angeles' music studios, Sunset Sound and produced by Mark Endert. Chariot sold over a million copies and earned platinum certification.The album also featured three of DeGraw's singl... More piano sheets by Gavin DeGraw

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