Better in Time by Leona Lewis Piano Sheet Music

Artist Information

Leona Louise Lewis (born 3 April 1985) is a British pop singer. Lewis rose to prominence in 2006 as the winner of the third series of the British television series The X Factor.

Songfacts says that Collide, the first single from Leona Lewis’s third album finds her taking a more dance pop route than on her previous material. She said, “I’m excited for people to see a different side to my music. I’m a fan of so many different genres and styles. For me this song has all the great ingredients of a summer anthem.” The song got its first play on Scott Mills’ Radio One show on July 15, 2011 and will be released on September 4, 2011.

Lewis has become a multi-platinum selling artist and three time Grammy Award nominee. She was proclaimed ‘Top New Artist’ by Billboard magazine in 2008. Lewis has released two albums to date, Spirit and Echo, in 2007 and 2009 respectively. Spirit became the fastest-selling debut album and the biggest seller of 2007 in both the United Kingdom and Ireland, and made Lewis the first British solo artist to top the Billboard 200 with a debut album. It has sold over 7 million copies worldwide.

Lewis’ debut single A Moment Like This became the fastest selling UK single after being downloaded over 50,000 times within thirty minutes of its release. Her second single, Bleeding Love, reached number one positions in over thirty singles charts around the world. In November 2008 she set a record in the UK for the fastest selling download-only release with her cover version of the Snow Patrol song Run which sold 69,244 copies in two days. Lewis’s debut tour, The Labyrinth, started in 2010.

Song Facts

“Better in Time” is a pop and R&B song performed by British singer Leona Lewis. It was written by J. R. Rotem and Andrea Martin, and was produced by Rotem. It is featured on Lewis’s debut album Spirit (2007). “Better in Time” was released on 10 March 2008 as Lewis’s third single in the United Kingdom, as a double A-side with “Footprints in the Sand”, and “You Bring Me Down” as B-side. It was Lewis’s second international single following her hit “Bleeding Love” (2007). Lyrically, “Better in Time” tells the story of a girl who cannot forget her ex-partner, and who knows that “it will all get better in time”.

Lewis promoted the song on several live television programmes, such as Good Morning America, Live with Regis and Kelly, and on the 2008 American Music Awards, and it was included on the set list of her debut concert tour The Labyrinth (2010). The music video was filmed by Sophie Muller at Hampton Court House School, London in February 2008. On it, Lewis is shown performing in front of several photographic set-ups, and shows what goes on behind the scenes of them. Receiving generally positive reviews by music critics, it was nominated at the Brit Awards in the category “Best British Single”. “Better in Time” reached number two in the national music charts of the United Kingdom and Germany, as well as the top ten in several countries, including Australia, Canada, Ireland, Italy and New Zealand. The single was certified gold in Australia, Denmark and Germany, and silver in the UK. Show SheetPiano Music Sheet.


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