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ALL I ASK song is played by instrumental like: saxophone, violin, electric guitar, acoustic guitar and midi / synthesia.
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"All I Ask" is a song recorded by English singer and songwriter Adele for her third studio album 25 (2015). The song was written by Adele, Bruno Mars, Philip Lawrence and Christopher Brody Brown, while production of the track was handled by The Smeezingtons, a songwriting and record producing trio, consisting of Mars, Lawrence, and Ari Levine. According to Slate's Forrest Wickman, the song lyrically discusses the singer looking for one last night with a lover, before they go their separate ways.
"All I Ask" peaked at number 41 on the UK Singles Chart and at number 77 on the Billboard Hot 100. To promote the song, Adele performed "All I Ask" during Adele Live in New York City, on The Late Late Show with James Corden, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards. The latter performance garnered controversy due to technical issues; Adele stated afterwards that the piano microphones fell on to the piano strings, causing the glitch.
"All I Ask" was written by Adele Adkins, Bruno Mars, Philip Lawrence and Christopher Brody Brown, while production of the track was handled by The Smeezingtons, a songwriting and record producing trio, consisting of Mars, Lawrence, and Ari Levine. During Adele's sessions with Mars, the pair had attempted to create an up-tempo song; however, they created the "dramatic" "All I Ask" instead. The song, a piano ballad, sees Adele addressing a lover on what she knows will be their final night, processing the end of a relationship in what feels like "slow motion". The National's Rob Garratt observed "tidy, fast piano patterns" and referred to it as a "datedly derivative ballad". Mars affirmed that once "we hit a couple chords that she liked, we started rolling and that's where we got that song from". The singer also revealed that "they fought over one line in the second verse", due to the word "lovers" since nobody says lovers. Nevertheless, Adele wanted to keep it, Mars ended up by accepting that and said "this grand word that makes the song bigger because no one says it". The track was finished in two sessions.
Inspired by pianist, singer, and songwriter Billy Joel, "All I Ask" strips back instrumentation to piano only and has been described as sounding different from the rest of modern pop. According to Gareth James of Clash, the song is designed to be performed at the semi-finals of "some faceless talent show" by the favourite, all emotive key changes and long vowels. Hannah McKee of Stuff.co.nz referred to "All I Ask" as a love ballad revolving around themes of "melancholia". The song is written in the key of E major (and changes to F major at the third chorus) with a tempo of 71 beats per minute in common time. It follows a chord progression of E–G♯m–Asus2–B in the verses, and Adele's vocals span from E3 to D5
Liz Rowley wrote that "All I Ask" leaves listeners with "a solid sense of accepting love lost, and clears up the dreadful finality that resignation brings with it," and stated that it "arrives at an emotional plane that's devastating yet utterly relatable". Christina Garibaldi of MTV wrote that it is an emotional "song of desperation" and that the listener can feel Adele's heart "break into a million pieces". Neil McCormick of The Telegraph described "All I Ask" as a "deep, resonant piano ballad". Tom Breihan of Stereogum called "All I Ask" a weeper and likened it to the works of American singer Barbra Streisand.