Thinking of You by Katy Perry Piano Sheet Music

Artist Information

Katy Perry (born Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson on 25 October 1984) is a singer/songwriter from Santa Barbara, California, United States. Since the release of her 2007 debut single “Ur So Gay”, Perry has released two albums – 2008’s “One of the Boys” and 2010’s “Teenage Dream” – and has had six Billboard Hot 100 #1 hit singles.

Under the name Katy Hudson, she released a self-titled gospel album in 2001, which was unsuccessful. She later recorded an album with production team The Matrix and completed the majority of a solo album from 2004–05, the later of which was never released. After signing with Capitol Music Group in 2007, her fourth record label in seven years, she adopted the stage name Katy Perry and released her first Internet single “Ur So Gay” that November, which garnered public attention but failed to chart. She rose to fame with the release of her second single “I Kissed a Girl” in 2008, which went on to top international charts. Perry’s first mainstream studio album One of the Boys followed later that year and subsequently became the 33rd-best selling album worldwide of 2008. It was accredited platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America, while “I Kissed a Girl” and her second single “Hot n Cold” both received multi-platinum certifications.

Song Facts

“Thinking of You” is a song by American singer and songwriter Katy Perry, taken from her second studio album, One of the Boys (2008). The song is the third single from the album, and is one of the three songs on the album that Perry wrote solely herself. As of June 2012, “Thinking of You” is Perry’s lowest charting single to date worldwide. The song peaked at only 29 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, her only song not to break the Top 10. The song also peaked at number 27 in the United Kingdom. Two versions of a music video were released. One was a promotional video which was directed by a friend of hers where she is in a white and dark apartment. The second version was the commercial released version, which received positive reception from music critics.
Perry told that this song gets the best response at her live shows and it even reduces some fans to tears. She explained: “People do get emotional when they hear that song, because I think a lot of people go through that stuff so it hits them where they remember it happening to them. And it’s just me with my guitar, rather than all the pyro and the dancers and the glitter, and I enjoy taking advantage of that, but sometimes it’s nice to be able to take all that away and just do what I was put here to do.” Show SheetsPiano Music Sheet.


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