Ain't no sunshine


"Ain't no sunshine" is a soulful song originally performed in the key of A minor by American singer-songwriter Bill Withers. Withers composed and released the song as a single in 1971, which later became one of his signature hits. The composition showcases Withers' powerful vocals and emotional delivery, drawing inspiration from the blues and R&B genres. Interestingly, the title of the song does not appear in the lyrics, adding to its mystique. The haunting melody, characterized by its repeating chord progression and sparse instrumentation, beautifully captures the longing and heartbreak expressed within the lyrics.