So if you like it, just download it here. Enjoy It! Bad Day is a song written and performed by Canadian singer-songwriter Daniel Powter. It was released on 9 January as the first single from his second studio album, Daniel Powter
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So if you like it, just download it here. Enjoy It! Bad Day is a song written and performed by Canadian singer-songwriter Daniel Powter. It was released on 9 January as the first single from his second studio album, Daniel Powter It achieved the 1 spot in the U. In the U. On December 31, , it became the first song ever to sell 2 million digital copies in the US. The music video for Bad Day is directed by Marc Webb and features two single people, a man Jason Adelman and a woman Samaire Armstrong , waking and going about their daily schedule.
The video shows this happening over a three-day period but makes no distinction between the days apart from the different clothing worn for each day.
The main event is the two adding graffiti to the same wall, separately, on each day, culminating in the completion of a heart. At the end of the video, life mirrors the image created on the wall, with the boy offering the soaking wet girl a red umbrella in the pouring rain, as a cab stops for them.
Parts of it were shot in a split-screen. Throughout the video, Powter is shown with his tuque, playing his piano. The Metro Red Line subway in Los Angeles was used during the shooting of this video and prominently featured throughout.
The area where the two meet and add the graffiti on the wall is on the mezzanine level of Pershing Square Station in downtown Los Angeles.
Bad Day Piano Sheet Music by Daniel Powter
In the past scenes, she was using a black marker to deface it with negativeness, while the man Jason Adelman used a red one to give it a positive tone. The music video was directed by Marc Webb and premiered on Yahoo! Records released the video on YouTube on October 26, Parts of the video are shown in split screen as they do exactly the same thing at different times, sometimes in the same location. The central point of the video occurs when they paint separately on the same billboard. Armstrong character shows her negativeness by adding rain and a car running through a puddle of water while Adelman adds an umbrella and a man with a coat to protect the woman in the billboard. At some point, he draws a question mark and she completes it with a heart.
Bad Day (Easy Piano)
Bad Day - Daniel Powter Free Piano Sheet Music
Bad Day-Daniel Powter