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Be Alright Piano Sheet Music

Be Alright is a hit song by a fellow Aussie:

Singer songwriter Dean Lewis!

And in this post we’re going to take a look at two different versions of piano sheet music for the song…

One version is easy.

The other version is hard.

I hope you get some value from the discussion below.

But before we begin, I have to say it’s hard work writing these posts sometimes.

Especially when my brother was over last night and I may, or may not, have had a few too many drinks…

And it’s hot outside.

And my piano is just sitting there, asking to be played.

Anyway, I think we’ll have some fun in this post…

So let’s look at some sheet music.

And then we can both go play some piano.


Be Alright Piano Sheet Music – Verse

We’ll start with the verse.

Just below you’ll see the easy sheet music verse (first six bars).

The first thing to note is that it’s in the key of C major.

Which is the easiest to sight read when you’re a beginner.

So that’s good.

And it also uses some simple two note chords in the left hand (broken in bars 5 and 6)…

While the right hand plays the melody.

Be Alright Piano Sheet Music – Verse – Easy Version

Be Alright Piano Sheet Music - Verse - Easy Version

Now, comparing that with the hard version.

The hard sheet music is in the original key of the song, which is B major.

And you can see there’s a lot more going on.

More movement in the left hand.

Chords in the right hand along with the melody.

So it’s much more complex sheet music.

And it makes for a much fuller sound when played on the piano.

Be Alright Piano Sheet Music – Verse – Hard Version

Be Alright Piano Sheet Music - Verse - Hard Version

Be Alright Piano Sheet Music – Chorus

Now, let’s take a quick look at the chorus.

Just the first four bars.

We’ll begin with the easy version again.

And it’s very similar in style to the easy verse.

Which is what you’d expect.

So no surprises here.

Be Alright Piano Sheet Music – Chorus – Easy Version

Be Alright Piano Sheet Music - Chorus - Easy Version

Now the hard version chorus uses a lot of alternating between notes and chords in the right hand.

Which is quite effective at producing a full sound.

While the left hand plays a simple accompaniment.

And when played together, it sounds quite nice.

Be Alright Piano Sheet Music – Verse – Hard Version

Be Alright Piano Sheet Music - Verse - Hard Version

Be Alright Piano Sheet Music – Wrap Up (including links)

Well that’s all for this post.

I hope you enjoyed it.

Now, do you know what time it is?

It’s time for me to go play my piano.

And for you to go play your piano.

I hope you do.

If you want to play Be Alright, and you’re interested in either version discussed above, the links are just below:
Be Alright Piano Sheet Music – Easy Version
Be Alright Piano Sheet Music – Hard Version

Note: These are both affiliate links. Which means that sheetmusicplus will give me a tiny bit of money if you decide to purchase. It’s kinda like them giving me a gift because I introduced you to their sheet music.

I hope that makes sense.

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