Can't Fight the Moonlight - LeAnn Rimes Free Piano Sheet Music

LeAnn Rimes - Can't Fight the Moonlight piano sheet music

Can't Fight the Moonlight description

"Can't Fight the Moonlight" is a pop song written by Diane Warren, recorded by country pop singer LeAnn Rimes and featured on the soundtrack of the film Coyote Ugly. It is also featured in the film and is also credited as the theme of the film. Released as a single on August 22, 2000 by Rimes, the song had huge success, reaching number one in eight countries, including the United Kingdom and Australia, where it was the best-selling single of 2001. The song was featured on Rimes' I Need You (2002) compilation album and The Best of LeAnn Rimes (2004) with the Graham Stack Radio Edit of the song (known as the "Latino Mix" internationally) featured as a bonus track on the I Need You album as well as on the sequel soundtrack to the fil... Show Can't Fight the Moonlight piano sheet

LeAnn Rimes description

Margaret LeAnn Rimes Cibrian known professionally as LeAnn Rimes, is an American country and pop singer. Known for her rich vocals, Rimes rose to stardom at age thirteen following the release of the Bill Mack song "Blue", becoming the youngest country music star since Tanya Tucker in 1972.

Rimes made her breakthrough into country music in 1996 with her debut album, Blue, which reached number one on the Top Country Albums chart and was certified multiplatinum in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The album's eponymous leadoff single, "Blue", became a Top 10 hit and Rimes gained national acclaim for her similarity to Patsy Cline's vocal style. When she released her sophomore studio effort in 1997, You Light up My Life: Inspirational Songs, she moved towards country pop material, which set the trend for... More piano sheets by LeAnn Rimes

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