Drops of Jupiter – Train Sheet Music
|Song Genre||Pop Rock,Soft Rock|
|File Format||Online PDF|
|Available Pages||8 Pages|
|Date Added||November 5th, 2012|
"Drops of Jupiter" is a song by American pop rock band Train. The song was released in February 2001 to serve as the lead single of their homonymous second studio album Drops of Jupiter (2001).
The song was written by the band and produced by Brendan O’Brien, and the lyrics were inspired by the death of lead singer Pat Monahan’s mother, talking about the possibility of her still being somehow present, but in a different form, floating in the atmosphere. The instrumentation is marked by strings arranged by Paul Buckmaster, and earned him a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) in 2002.
The song itself won a Grammy for Best Rock Song and had critical and commercial success.