Madonna – You Must Love Me Piano Sheet Music

Even though Madonna has become one of the biggest pop icons on the planet, even she had to start somewhere. Madonna became famous for her provocative songs and outfits, but before Madonna was shocking people with her song content, Madonna first began writing music by herself after moving to New York City. Madonna wrote nearly 60 songs that were never used for anything until they became the songs on Madonna’s first album. Madonna eventually met Jellybean Benitez, who Madonna says “discovered” her. Madonna went to record producers Mark Kamins and John Jellybean Benitez with her material for Her First Album (1983). Madonna recorded 6 of the songs that she wrote herself; this album was called Madonna (1983). Madonna’s songs on this album did not include “Holiday” or her hit single, “Everybody”, but it did have Madonna’s second single, “Physical Attraction”. Madonna’s third single from the album was called, “Think Of Me”. Madonna continued to write songs for other artists in 1984. Madonna wrote a song for Laura Branigan called, “Gloria” Madonna wrote the song but she didn’t perform it. Madonna performed this song on her 1985 Virgin Tour (1985-1986), Madonna’s first concert tour ever! Madonna’s third single off of her 1983 album was called, “Burning Up”. Madonna then started working on her second album. Madonna wrote all of the songs on Madonna’s second album, Like A Virgin (1984). Madonna wrote 6 of the songs by herself and co-wrote 6 others. Madonna’s self written songs were “Like A Virgin”, “Material Girl”, “Angel”, “Dress You Up”, “Shoo-Bee-Doo” and her fourth single off the album, “Stay”. Madonna’s second self written song was, “Over And Over” which Madonna performed on her 1985 Virgin Tour. Madonna’s first single off of the album was called, “Like A Virgin”. Madonna released three more singles from this album; Madonna had the most popular songs on Madonna’s first album compared to any other Madonna album. Madonna’s second single was called, “Material Girl”. Madonna’s third single from the album was called, “Angel”, Madonna’s fourth single from the album was called, “Dress You Up”. Madonna performed all of Madonna’s self written songs on her 1985 Virgin Tour (1985-1986). Madonna released one more song from this album called, “Shoo-Bee-Doo” Madonna’s first song to have any type of swearing in it. Madonna released Madonna’s third album, True Blue (1986). Madonna wrote all of the songs on Madonna’s third album by herself, except for one song called “Where’s The Party”. Madonna performed all of her self written songs on her 1987 Who’s That Girl (1987) concert tour Madonna’s fourth album Like A Prayer (1989), Madonna wrote 7 of the songs by herself and co-wrote 2 others. Madonna wrote “Like A Prayer”, “Express Yourself”, “Love Song”, “Till Death Do Us Part” Madonna also wrote Madonna’s fifth single from this album, “Promise To Try”.

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