On this page you can discover detailed information about Forever and For Always (Shania Twain) piano music including printable sheet music, tabs, free mp3s, how to learn the piano part and other useful info.
“Forever and For Always” written by Shania Twain and her first husband Mutt Lange was actually inspired by the kind of forever lasting love some young kids experience. You know who we’re talking about here: those kind of people who were tight-knit friends in primary school, girlfriend-boyfriend in high school and eventually got married even though there may have been bumps in between.
“In your arms,
I can still feel the way you want me
when you hold me
I can still hear the words you whispered
when you told me
I can stay right here forever in your arms…”
The secret to mastering “Forever and For Always” on the piano is to get the specific rhythmic patterns which ‘drive’ the music into your blood. There are two in particular that you should (and will) be playing over and over again throughout the song.
First let’s start with the bass since that is the foundation. It has an incessant ‘Yummmmpa Pum’ rhythm composed of a dotted quarter note followed by an eighth note and a half note which in a way symbolizes the constant beating of the heart.
The right hand of the piano music would play the melody which is also made of little rhythmic fragments, namely a quarter note followed by two eighth notes. How do we put that one into words? Maybe something like: ‘Um Chaka Um Chaka’
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