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Who Sang Lady Love

Nowadays, you'd just use your smartphone! Eva Cassidy recorded a famous cover version , which was released on her posthumous compilation of the same name.

Read more: The Story of Although at that point it had only two verses and no bridge, Williams said that there was a bridge and an additional verse, forming a complete song. He and Nichols quickly went off to write them, and it became a huge hit. It remains one of the best break-up ballads of all time, and surprisingly doesn't actually contain a traditional chorus.

Marvin Gaye - 'Let's Get it On' Taken from the album of the same name, it became Gaye's most successful single for Motown and one of his most well-known songs. Originally conceived as a religious and then a political song, Gaye transformed it into a sensual anthem. This song was originally written over 21 years previously by Peter Radcliffe as a country song, before Barry totally reworked it. It was only released at the request of both Linda Ronstadt and Phoebe Snow.

Barry White later recorded a disco-fied version, and both are classic love songs of the era. Bread - 'Make It With You' Bread's breakthrough hit was written by singer David Gates, who also performed acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass, and strings on the record, with only drummer Mike Botts also featuring.

When the song was released, Gates' mother was asked by a local interviewer how her son's music career was going. Misunderstanding the song's title, she replied that his group had just recorded a song called 'Naked with You'. Already a big hit in , Take That later took it to number one in , as their final song for 10 years.

To have inspired Eric, and George before him, to write such music was so flattering. You're my sun, my moon, my guiding star My kind of wonderful, that's what you are. Known for his deep, rich bass-baritone voice, Barry White has been one of the best-selling artists of all time, Unfortunately, in , he died of acute kidney failure at the age of Barry White was posthumously awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

But what if your choice in life partners wasn't the best, and the perfect partner shows up in your life years later? That's the dilemma in this soft rock song from Because of his commitment to his wife, all the lovelorn man can do is secretly covet a woman he cannot have.

He wishes he had a time machine to go back and make different choices. It makes you wonder whether his wife would want a do-over as well? Those two should discuss. It was an international smash hit and was featured prominently in the romantic comedy, Grease. The popular film was about a teenage love affair between an Australian transfer student and an American greaser.

Both were students at the fictional Rydell High School in the s. You better shape up You better understand To my heart I must be true If you're crushing on someone, then make a playlist of songs about crushes to listen to as you plan your strategy for taking your relationship to the next level.

The woman in this country-pop crossover has a cheating lover who assumes she should be satisfied with the lifestyle he supplies her. However, instead of being placated by his lonely mansion, piles of money, and sharing his name, what she really seeks is for him to uphold his promises.

She's not the type who can be bought. Unfortunately, she was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in , so that after four decades in the music business she "can no longer sing a note. He's traveling and thus separated from his ladylove. Because it's the '70s, there is no Facetime, voicemail or answering machines, texting or emailing yet.

There's just snail mail and waiting by the landline, hoping to catch a long distance phone call from your far away lover. Remember those days? That gets awfully lonely.

The sorrowful guy reminds his lover that their separation is temporary. When he finds himself lonely, he closes his eyes and lets his imagination picture them together.