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  1. Sarah Connor

    Sarah Connor

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    Singer-songwriter, dancer, pianist, philanthropist

  2. Takin' Back My Love

    Takin' Back My Love (2008)

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    "Takin' Back My Love" is a song by singers Enrique Iglesias and Ciara. It is the second single from his English greatest hits album Greatest Hits. The song was produced by RedOne who was a co-writer of the song alongside Iglesias and Frankie Storm.


  3. Sexual Healing

    Sexual Healing (1999)

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    "Sexual Healing" is a 1982 song recorded by American singer Marvin Gaye on the Columbia Records label. It was his first single since his exit from his long-term record label Motown earlier in the year, following the release of the In Our Lifetime album the previous year. People described it as "America's hottest pop-culture turn-on since Olivia Newton-John suggested she wanted to get 'Physical'."


  4. From Sarah With Love

    From Sarah With Love (2001)

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    "From Sarah with Love" is a song by German singer-songwriter Sarah Connor from her debut album, Green Eyed Soul (2001). Written by Rob Tyger, Kay Denar and Connor and produced by Denar and Tyger, it was released as the album's third single on 5 November 2001 in Central Europe.


  5. Just One Last Dance

    Just One Last Dance (2003)

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    "Just One Last Dance" is a song by German recording artist Sarah Connor, taken from her third studio album, Key to My Soul (2003). The pop ballad was written and produced by Kay Denar and Rob Tyger. A reissue featuring guest vocals by Connor's husband Marc Terenzi's former band Natural was released by X-Cell Records on March 1, 2004 – one month after the birth of the couple's son Tyler – as the second and final single from the album. Lyrically, the song alludes to couple's final dance in a Spanish cafe before they are forced to part ways.


  6. Living to Love You

    Living to Love You (2005)

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    "Living to Love You" is a song by German singer–songwriter Sarah Connor from her fourth studio album, Naughty but Nice (2005). Written and produced by Rob Tyger and Kay Denar, it was released as the album's lead single on 8 November 2004. The song samples Céline Dion's 1997 hit single "My Heart Will Go On".


  7. Bounce

    Bounce (2002)

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    "Bounce" is a song by German recording artist Sarah Connor, taken from her second studio album, Unbelievable (2002). Written by Bülent Aris, Toni Cottura, and Anthony Freeman, with production helmed by the former, the uptempo pop song samples Mary J. Blige's 2001 song "Family Affair", while featuring guest vocals p by rapper Mr. Freeman. "Bounce" was originally released as the album's fourth and final single in Central Europe on 21 July 2003, amid Connor's first pregnancy. It reached the top twenty in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and Walloon Region of Belgium.


  8. French Kissing

    French Kissing (2001)

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    "French Kissing" is a song by German singer-songwriter Sarah Connor from her debut album, Green Eyed Soul (2001). Written and produced by Rob Tyger and Kay Denar, the track incorporates a sample of Blackstreet's 1996 hit song "No Diggity" featuring Dr. Dre and Queen Pen, as well an uncredited bassline from Eminem's 2000 song "Stan" featuring Dido.


  9. Let's Get Back To Bed Boy

    Let's Get Back To Bed Boy (2001)

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    "Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!" is a song by German singer-songwriter Sarah Connor featuring American singer-songwriter TQ. It was written by Rob Tyger, Kay Denar and TQ for Connor's debut album, Green Eyed Soul (2001), and released as its lead single in German-speaking Europe on 7 May 2001.


  10. Cold As Ice

    Cold As Ice (2010)

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    "Cold as Ice" is a dance-pop song by German singer–songwriter Sarah Connor, written and produced by Kay Denar and Rob Tyger for her seventh studio album, Real Love (2010). Released as the album's first single on October 5, 2010 in German-speaking Europe, the song peaked at number sixteen on the German Singles Chart and reached number twenty-seven in Austria, making it Connor's lowest-charting leading track to date. The song completely failed to chart in Switzerland.


  11. Green Eyed Soul

    Green Eyed Soul (2012)

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    Green Eyed Soul is the debut album by German singer-songwriter Sarah Connor, released in German-speaking Europe on November 26, 2001 by Epic. It features main production by Rob Tyger and Kay Denar, with additional production from Bülent Aris, Adam Charon, Mekong Age, Rufi-Oh and rapper TQ.


  12. Under My Skin

    Under My Skin (2008)

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    "Under My Skin" is a song by German singer-songwriter Sarah Connor from her sixth studio album, Sexy as Hell (2008). Written by Remee, Thomas Troelsen, Lucas Secon, and produced by Remee and Troelsen, the song was released as the album's lead single on 1 August 2008 in German-speaking Europe. Connor's first uptempo single release since 2005's "From Zero to Hero", the track managed to reach the top twenty in Austria and on a composite European Hot 100 Singles chart, as well as number four in Germany, where it became her highest-peaking single since her 2006 Christmas song "The Best Side of Life".


  13. Skin On Skin

    Skin On Skin (2002)

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    "Skin on Skin" is a song by German singer–songwriter Sarah Connor from her second studio album, Unbelievable (2002). Written and produced by Rob Tyger and Kay Denar, the ballad was released as the album's second single on 4 November 2002.


  14. Real Love

    Real Love (2010)

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    Real Love is the eighth studio album by German recording artist Sarah Connor, released by Epic on October 22, 2010 in German-speaking Europe. Connor's first album in two years, it involves production by Alexander Geringas, Robin Grubert, Michelle Leonard, and Erik Lewander as well as her frequent contributors Kay Denar and Rob Tyger.


  15. Hes Unbelievable

    Hes Unbelievable (2002)

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    "He's Unbelievable" is a song by German singer-songwriter Sarah Connor from her second studio album, Unbelievable (2002). Written and produced by Rob Tyger and Kay Denar, it was released as the album's third single on 24 March 2003. The track contains elements of 2Pac's 1996 hit "California Love" featuring Dr. Dre.


  16. I'll Kiss It Away

    I'll Kiss It Away (2008)

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    "I'll Kiss It Away" is a song by German singer–songwriter Sarah Connor from her sixth studio album, Sexy as Hell (2008). Written by Connor, Rob Tyger, and Kay Denar and produced by Denar and Tyger, the track has been dedicated to Connor's daughter Summer.


  17. From Zero to Hero

    From Zero to Hero (2005)

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    "From Zero to Hero" is a song by German singer–songwriter Sarah Connor from her fourth studio album, Naughty but Nice (2005). Written and produced by Rob Tyger and Kay Denar, the song was released on 7 March 2005 as the album's second and final single. It served as the European theme song for the 2005 20th Century Fox animated film Robots, in which Connor voiced the character of Cappy.


  18. Sexy As Hell

    Sexy As Hell (2009)

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    Sexy as Hell is the seventh studio album by German singer–songwriter Sarah Connor, released in German-speaking Europe on 22 August 2008 by Epic. The album is Connor's first release of original pop-R&B material since 2005's Naughty but Nice.


  19. If U Were My Man

    If U Were My Man

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    "If U Were My Man" is a song by German singer–songwriter Sarah Connor from her debut album, Green Eyed Soul (2001). It was the only single not released in Connor's native Germany.


  20. The Best Side Of Life

    The Best Side Of Life (2006)

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    "The Best Side of Life" is a song by German singer–songwriter Sarah Connor. It was her second Christmas single and the first single released from the 2006 re-release of her first Christmas album, Christmas in My Heart (2005). The song was also featured in a Coca-Cola Christmas promotional campaign.


  21. Naughty But Nice

    Naughty But Nice (2007)

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    Naughty but Nice is the fourth studio album by German pop singer Sarah Connor, released by Epic on March 21, 2005 (see 2005 in music). It was primarily produced by Rob Tyger and Kay Denar, with additional tracks written and produced by Booya, Johnny Douglas and Emily Friendship . The album debuted at number one on the German albums chart and was eventually certified Gold for more than 100,000 copies sold within the first two days of its release. Naughty but Nice was the 16th Best-selling album in 2005.


  22. Music is The Key

    Music is The Key (2003)

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    "Music Is the key" is a song by German singer–songwriter Sarah Connor, featuring guest vocals by American a cappella group Naturally 7. Written and produced by Rob Tyger and Kay Denar, it was released on 3 November 2003 as the lead single from Connor's third studio album, Key to My Soul (2003).


  23. Key To My Soul

    Key To My Soul (2007)

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    Key to My Soul is the third studio album by German pop/R&B singer-songwriter Sarah Connor, released in German-speaking Europe on 17 November 2003 by Epic. It peaked at number eight on the German Albums Chart and spawned two number-one singles: "Music Is the Key" featuring Naturally 7 and "Just One Last Dance" featuring Natural (as a duet with lead singer Marc Terenzi).


  24. Unbelievable

    Unbelievable (2007)

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    Unbelievable is the second studio album by German pop/R&B singer Sarah Connor, released by Epic on September 30, 2002 (see 2002 in music) in German-speaking Europe. Connor re-teamed with Rob Tyger and Kay Denar to work on the majority of the production of the album, consulting additional help from Wyclef Jean, Jerry Duplessis, Bülent Aris, Sugar P, and Triage.


  25. The Impossible Dream

    The Impossible Dream

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    "The Impossible Dream (The Quest)" is a popular song composed by Mitch Leigh, with lyrics written by Joe Darion. The song is the most popular song from the 1965 Broadway musical Man of La Mancha and is also featured in the 1972 film of the same name starring Peter O'Toole.


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