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  Título de la canción: You Light Up My Life
  Artista: Debby Boone from You Light Up My Life
  Tipo de Instrumento: Partitura de Piano
  Clave musical: E minor
  Ritmo de Metronomo: 132
  Scoring: Piano Solo
  Estilo Musical: Easy Listening, Movie, TV, Soundtrack
  Dificultad: Media
  Tipo de Archivo: PDF
  Numero de paginas: 3
 Tipo de Descarga: Gratis

Letra You Light Up My Life from You Light Up My Life

You Light Up My Life

(originally by Kasey Cisyk)

So many nights
I’d sit by my window
Waiting for someone
To sing me his song
So many dreams
I’ve kept deep inside me
Alone in the dark
But now you’ve come along

And you
Light up my life
You give me hope
To carry on
You light up my days
And fill my nights
With song

Rolling at sea
Adrift on the waters
Could it be finally
I’m turning for home?
Finally, a chance
To say, «Hey, I love you»
Never again
To be all alone

And you
Light up my life
You give me hope
To carry on
You light up my days
And fill my nights
With song

And you
Light up my life
You give me hope
To carry on
You light up my days
And fill my nights
With song

It can’t be wrong
When it feels so right
‘Cause you
You light up my life

*****

«You Light Up My Life’» is a ballad written by Joseph «Joe» Brooks, and originally recorded by Kasey Cisyk for the soundtrack album to the 1977 film of the same name. The best-known version of the song is a cover by Debby Boone.

In 1977, Debby Boone, Pat Boone’s daughter, recorded the song under the guidance of Curb Records executive Mike Curb and songwriter Joseph Brooks. Boone recorded her vocals over a pre-existing instrumental track that Brooks already had developed for the film’s soundtrack. The song was released as both a Warner-Curb Records single and as the title track to her first solo album, You Light Up My Life, which she released on Warner Bros. Records, Curb Records’ parent label.

The single was an enormous success. It became the biggest single of the 1970s in the United States, setting a new Billboard Hot 100 record for most weeks spent at Number One. Elvis Presley’s double-sided hit «Don’t Be Cruel/ Hound Dog,» then recognized as the longest-running Number One song of the rock era, spent eleven weeks atop the Billboard Best Sellers chart in 1956, before the 1958 debut of the Hot 100.

The previous Hot 100 record was held by Percy Faith’s recording of «Theme from A Summer Place» (1960) and The Beatles’s «Hey Jude» (1968), both of which remained at #1 for nine weeks. The ten-week record was matched in 1982 by Olivia Newton-John’s «Physical,» but was not surpassed until a 1991 change in chart methodology allowed songs to achieve longer reigns at #1. In 1992, «End of the Road,» by Boyz II Men, would set the new record with 13 weeks.

Besting her chart performance in Billboard, Boone’s «You Light Up My Life» single topped Record World’s Top 100 Singles Chart for an unbroken record of 13 weeks. On Billboard’s chart, Boone was unseated from #1 by the Bee Gees, with «How Deep Is Your Love,» the first of three #1 singles from the «Saturday Night Fever» soundtrack. On Record World’s chart, Boone kept the Bee Gees out of the number-one spot. In Cash Box Magazine, «You Light Up My Life» managed only an eight-week stay at the top of the chart, before being dethroned by Crystal Gayle’s «Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue».

The single, which was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), also hit #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart and reached #4 on the Country chart. The single peaked at #48 I’m the UK Singles Chart. Boone’s hit single led to her winning the 1978 Grammy Award for Best New Artist, with additional Grammy nominations for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female and Record of the Year. Boone also won the 1977 American Music Award for Favorite Pop Single.

Decades after its release, the Debby Boone version is still considered one of the top ten Billboard Hot 100 songs of all time. In 2008, it was ranked at #7 on Billboard’s «Hot 100 All-Time Top Songs» list (August 1958 – July 2008). An updated version of the all-time list in 2013 ranked the song at #9

 

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