"Rise" is a popular single by Gabrielle. It was her second number one single in the UK (and thus far, last). The song was the title-track and second single from her third studio album. Written by Gabrielle, Ollie Dagois, Ferdy Unger-Hamilton and Bob Dylan and produced by Johnny Dollar, the song reached number one on the UK singles chart for two weeks in January 2000. The song has sold 460,000 copies in the UK as stated by the Official UK Charts Company. The song was the 14th best selling of 2000 in the UK. Show Rise piano sheet
Louisa Gabrielle Bobb (born 16 April 1970; Hackney, London) is a multi-platinum selling, BRIT Award winning English singer, who records under the name Gabrielle. Her unconventional image includes short tight curls, and an eye patch on one of her eyes (she is not blind, but rather has ptosis, also known as "lazy eye"). Her debut single "Dreams" topped the UK Singles Chart in June 1993. Other notable singles include "Going Nowhere", "Give Me A Little More Time", "Walk on By" and "If You Ever" - a duet with East 17. After a few fallow years Gabrielle made a stunning comeback with "Rise", which became Gabrielle's second UK number one in 2000. The album of the same name also reached the top spot in the UK Albums Chart, where it stayed for three weeks. The successful "Out of Reach" from the soundtrack to the film, Bridget Jones's Diary, reac... More piano sheets by Gabrielle
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