I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman by Britney Spears piano sheets for free
"I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" by Britney Spears is one of the most popular songs of the artist.
"I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" was released on her third studio album, "Britney" from 2001. The song was written by Max Martin and Rami and released for the first time by Jive Records on February 18th 2002.
Britney Spears' piano sheet music of "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" is composed in the key of Eb major.
The song was supposed to be included on the Crossroads movie soundtrack, but Jive Records decided not to include it. So Britney Spears included it on her third studio album, named "Britney", which was released in 2001. Maybe this happened because the song was one of her favorite songs and she confessed that she always liked to perform it.
"I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" sheet music is ranged Eb3-Bb4 for piano. The song is composed with a moderately slow tempo of 76 bpm. "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" has sheet music for piano and keyboards.
The meaning of the song is about the very common situation: every girl is passing through the period of time while she is trapped between being a girl and a woman. In one word is about what is called "puberty". The lyric "I used to think I had the answers to everything" is expressing the conclusion she got after some experiences she had been through and she confess that she is "caught in the middle" of the situation.
The song has a music video recorded at Antelope Canyon, Arizona, capturing a beautiful view. The director of the music video was Wayne Isham and the video was released in the same time with the movie "Crossroads" from 2002, in which Britney is the protagonist.
In the U.S. the song did not perform very well, but "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" got in the top ten in Germany, Sweden, Australia, Ireland, and U.K.
"I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" piano sheets are available for free download below. Enjoy them and let us know how it went when playing the tabs.
|Producer:||Max Martin, Rami|
|Released:||18 February 2002|
|Writers:||Dido Armstrong, Rami, Max Martin|
|Genres:||Dance, Pop, Electropop|