James Taylor – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight Piano Sheet Music

James Taylor – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight Piano Sheet Music James Taylor wrote “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight” five days after finishing another song on his debut album, James Taylor. James Taylor was released in 1968 under the record label Apple Records. James Taylor took two years to record this song and brought in many accompanying musicians, including Peter Jameson, James Taylor’s brother Alex on drums, Paul Griffin of the Beach Boys fame on grand piano and organ, James Burton from Elvis Presley’s band on guitar. James Taylor – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight Piano Sheet Music

James Taylor wrote “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight” five days after finishing another song on his debut album, James Taylor. James Taylor was released in 1968 under the record label Apple Records. James Taylor took two years to record this song and brought in many accompanying musicians, including Peter Jameson, James Taylor’s brother Alex on drums, Paul Griffin of the Beach Boys fame on grand piano and organ, James Burton from Elvis Presley’s band on guitar. James Taylor – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight Piano Sheet Music James Taylor wrote “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight” five days after finishing another song on his debut album, James Taylor. James Taylor was released in 1968 under the record label Apple Records. James Taylor took two years to record this song and brought in many accompanying musicians, including Peter Jameson, James Taylor’s brother Alex on drums, Paul Griffin of the Beach Boys fame on grand piano and organ, James Burton from Elvis Presley’s band on guitar. James Taylor – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight Piano Sheet Music James Taylor wrote “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight” five days after finishing another song on his debut album, James Taylor. James Taylor was released in 1968 under the record label Apple Records.

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