Coldplay – Atlas (From Catching Fire) Piano Sheet Music

Coldplay covered Coldplay – Atlas (From Catching Fire) Piano Sheet Music for the film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Coldplay’s vocalist Chris Martin said that Coldplay – Atlas (From Catching Fire) Piano Sheet Music was Coldplay’s “favorite song from Coldplays new album Ghost Stories. Coldplay started playing Coldplay – Atlas (From Catching Fire) Piano Sheet Music on Coldplay live at the end of Coldplay 2013 Coldplay world tour.”

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