Ordinary Day - Vanessa Carlton Free Piano Sheet Music

Vanessa Carlton - Ordinary Day piano sheet music

Ordinary Day description

"Ordinary Day", originally called Ordinary Days, is a song written and performed by Vanessa Carlton from her album Be Not Nobody. The single peaked at number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Carlton wrote the song when she was 17. It is the first song that Vanessa has ever written in only one sitting. When Carlton performs the song live, she uses some of the original lyrics that she wrote for the song rather than the ones recorded for the album version. On the album, the lyrics at the end of the chorus are "Don't you see your dreams lie right in the palm of your hand?" and in the live version Vanessa sings "If we walk now, we will divide and conquer this land". Show Ordinary Day piano sheet

Vanessa Carlton description

Vanessa Lee Carlton (born August 16, 1980) is an American singer-songwriter and musician. Upon completion of her education at the School of American Ballet, Carlton chose to pursue singing instead, performing in New York bars and clubs while attending university. Three months after recording a demo with producer Peter Zizzo, she signed with A&M Records. She began recording her album, which was initially unsuccessful until Ron Fair took over. Her debut single, "A Thousand Miles", reached the top five on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2002. Her debut album, Be Not Nobody, followed and received platinum certification in the United States. Her subsequent albums, Harmonium (2004) and Heroes & Thieves (2007), failed to exceed the commercial success of the first. She produced a fourth album, Rabbits on the Run (2011) independently before sourcing for ... More piano sheets by Vanessa Carlton

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