It's All Coming Back to Me Now free piano sheet music by Celine Dion
About the song
Written by Jim Steinman, the song "It’s All Coming Back to Me Now" was initially seen as a controversial creation, regarding not only its message and main idea, but also the artist it was best fit for.
Called by its creator "the most passionate, romantic song" of his creations, "It’s All Coming Back to Me Now" is a power ballad, which has a beautiful melodic line, as you can see in the "It’s All Coming Back to Me Now" sheet music.
According to the author, the song was especially written to be performed by a woman, and for this reason, some artists were refused when wanted to record it, as the case of Meat Loaf.
This song was finally offered to Celine Dion for recording it, artist who received a lot of appreciation from the pleased public.
She recorded and included it on one of her albums, "Fall into You", thing well received by her fans, considering the positions the song occupied on charts, as for example number two in the US Billboard Hot 100 and number three in the UK Singles chart.
The song is placed as the first one on Celine’s album "Fall into You", having Steven Rinkoff and Roy Bittan as co-producers and Jim Steinman as producer.
To its final form contributed numerous known people, like Meat Leaf’s members, Todd Rundgren, Kasim Sulton and others.
Even though it does not necessarily need to be accompanied by words, the piano version is great, as you can see by taking a look and maybe playing the "It’s All Coming Back to Me Now's" sheet music on your beloved instrument.
Dion also included the song on her album "Celine Dion All The Way…A Decade of Song".
In 2008, the single was also included on the artist’s hits compilation "My Love: Essential Collection".
The video is full of mystery and numerous senses, but the main idea refers to a wasted love.
It is performed live in her specific magnificent manner by Celine Dion.
You can now try it's piano sheet here, and maybe, some feelings of satisfaction would come back to you.
|Producers:||Jim Steinman, Steven Rinkoff, Roy Bittan|
|Released:||July 29, 1996|
|Album:||Falling Into You|