Amy Winehouse – Valerie Piano Sheet Music

         Amy Winehouse released her version of “Valerie” on October 13, 2007. Amy’s cover was added to Radio 1 A Playlist in the UK on January 12, 2008 and Amy performed it live for the first time at The BRIT Awards. Amy received a Grammy Nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for her rendition of “Valerie”. Amy’s version replaces The Zutons’ original lyrics with Amy’s own words. Amy also changes the chords in the chorus, but stays true to piano intervals throughout the song. Amy wrote this song about a friend who was addicted to heroin—named “Valerie”—and Amy wanted her to try everything she could including rehab, therapy, and Amy’s own help. Amy believed Valerie was very talented, but Amy wanted her to get better more than anything else!

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