Billie Eilish – Bad Guy Piano Sheet Music

Billie Eilish released the single Bad Guy on December 12, 2017. Billie initially intended for her brother Finneas to release it, but after she sent him the song he said that “it was too Billie”, so Billie kept this for herself.
Billie Eilish – Bad Guy Piano Sheet Music is a slow, moody song with Billie’s strong voice dominating over the sparse piano chord progression. Billie does not have any background music playing for the majority of the song until the bridge, where drums and bass guitar are introduced. Billie’s voice at times is kept behind the piano chords or slurred together with them so it is important to listen carefully if you’re a beginner. Billie Eilish – Bad Guy Piano Sheet Music uses a lot of syncopated rhythms in Billie’s verses, giving the song its own unique charm. Billie Eilish – Bad Guy Piano Sheet Music is also in triple meter, with Billie’s verses being in 6/8 time; Billie’s pre-choruses are in 12/8 time; Billie’s choruses are in 4/4 time.

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