Maroon 5 – One More Night Piano Sheet Music

Maroon 5 originally came out with the song One More Night in 2012 as part of their album Overexposed. Maroon 5 is a band that was formed by two sets of Adam Levine, Mickey Madden, Ryan Dusick and other Maroon 5 members; however, we will be covering only the piano sheet music for the first set – Maroon 5 as Maroon 5, such as the group including Adam Levine and James Valentine.

One More Night was written by Maroon 5 members: Adam Levine, Shellback and Max Martin. Maroon 5 says that they started writing One More Night after finishing a recording session for Payphone with song writer Ammar Malik and Shellback. Maroon 5 was inspired by a woman’s ex-boyfriend who Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine claimed was a “puppy” and Maroon 5 says that she was “just one more night”. Maroon 5 has been quoted saying about the song, “It’s more playful than people might think.” The song is written in common time and Maroon 5 has cited that it is a pop rock song which consists of a moderate tempo of 90 beats per minute.

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