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  1. I Could Not Ask For More

    I Could Not Ask For More (2000)

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    "I Could Not Ask for More" is a song composed by American songwriter Diane Warren and originally recorded by American recording artist Edwin McCain. McCain's version was released on January 11, 2000 as the last single from his third studio album, Messenger. In 2001, American country music artist Sara Evans popularly covered the song, sending her rendition to No. 2 on Billboards Hot Country Songs chart.


  2. Alibis

    Alibis

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    "Alibis" is the title of a song written by Randy Boudreaux and recorded by American country music artist Tracy Lawrence. It was released in February 1993 as the lead single from his album Alibis. The song became Lawrence's second Number One country hit in 1993 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart.


  3. The Rose

    The Rose (1979)

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    "The Rose" is a classic pop song written by Amanda McBroom and made famous by Bette Midler. who recorded it for the soundtrack of the 1979 film The Rose in which it plays under the closing credits.


  4. When a Man Loves a Woman

    When a Man Loves a Woman (1991)

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    "When a Man Loves a Woman" is a song written by Calvin Lewis and Andrew Wright which was recorded by Percy Sledge in 1966 at Norala Sound Studio in Sheffield, Alabama. It made number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B singles charts. It was listed 54th in the List of Rolling Stone magazine's 500 greatest songs of all time. The sidemen for this recording included Spooner Oldham, organ; Marlin Greene, guitar; Albert "Junior" Lowe, bass and Roger Hawkins, drums. The music is built around a commonly used descending bass line chord progression as in Pachelbel's canon, or Bach's Air on the G string.


  5. Yesterday

    Yesterday (2009)

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    "Yesterday" is a song by American R&B singer–songwriter Toni Braxton. The track is the lead single from her album, Pulse, released May 4, 2010. Trey Songz appears on the American version released to radio, "Troy Taylor Radio Edit". Outside North America, the original version of the song was released, which features only Braxton's vocals.


  6. Born Free

    Born Free (2010)

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    "Born Free" is the title of a song by Kid Rock from his eighth studio album Born Free. It was released as the lead single for the album on October 29, 2010, which was released on November 16, 2010. It has peaked at number 31 on the Billboard Rock Songs chart.


  7. Chain of Fools

    Chain of Fools (1967)

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    "Chain of Fools" is a song written by Don Covay. Aretha Franklin first released the song as a single in 1967 and subsequently it appeared on many of her albums. The Personnel on the original recording included Melvin Lastie on trumpet, Tony Studd on Bass Trombone, King Curtis and Charlie Chalmers on tenor sax, Spooner Oldham on piano, Truman Thomas on organ, Ted Sommer on vibes, Joe South and Jimmy Johnson on guitars, Tommy Cogbill on bass, and Roger Hawkins on drums.


  8. Smile

    Smile (2009)

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    "Smile" is a song by Uncle Kracker from his 2009 album Happy Hour. The song is Uncle Kracker's first single since 2004's "Writing It Down". It has peaked at #31 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song is also his second entry on the Hot Country Songs charts, debuting at #57 on the week of November 7, 2009. It has been featured in promotions for The Office special "Baby" episode, as well as TV advertisements for Season 3 of the Australian drama series, Packed to the Rafters. Joe McElderry recorded a cover of the song for his album, Wide Awake, which was released in October 2010.


  9. Time Marches On

    Time Marches On

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    "Time Marches On" is the title of a country music song recorded by Tracy Lawrence. It was written by Bobby Braddock, who also wrote Lawrence's 1995 Number One hit "Texas Tornado". The title track and second single from his fourth studio album, it was the fifteenth chart single of his career. It spent three weeks at Number One on the Billboard country charts in mid-1996, becoming the longest-lasting Number One hit of his career. It also received a Single of the Year nomination from the Country Music Association in 1996, as well as a Song of the Year nomination for both 1996 and 1997.


  10. Addicted

    Addicted (2002)

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    "Addicted" is the third single by the Canadian pop punk band Simple Plan from their debut album No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls.


  11. Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You

    Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You (1985)

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  12. Ain't Leavin Without You

    Ain't Leavin Without You (2010)

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    "Ain't Leavin Without You" is an R&B song by Jaheim. It was released to radio on October 23, 2009 and is the first single from his fifth studio album, Another Round. It was produced by his longtime producer Kay Gee. Songwriting duties were handled by The Clutch's Balewa Muhammad, Lady & A Tramp's Marcella Precise Brailsford and Eritza Laues. The song was inspired by an encounter with a girl that Jaheim had in a club. It samples De La Soul's hit single, "Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey)" which contains portions of Curiosity Killed the Cat's "Name & Number" and The Whatnauts's "Help Is On the Way". It also samples Fat Larry's Band's "Act Like You Know" and Heavy D. & The Boyz's, "Sex With You".


  13. I Invented Sex

    I Invented Sex (2009)

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    "I Invented Sex" is a song by American R&B singer Trey Songz, and features Canadian recording artist Drake. Together, they wrote the song alongside Tony Scales and its producer, Los Da Mystro. It was released to urban airplay as the third single from Songz's third studio album Ready on October 13, 2009. The song features a sensual message, accompanied by heavy percussion. "I Invented Sex" received positive reviews, and reached number forty-two on the Billboard Hot 100, and became Songz's first song to top the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. Its official remix features fellow R&B singers Keri Hilson and Usher. The accompanying music video, containing a parental advisory warning, is the follow-up to the "Say Aah" video.


  14. This is How a Heart Breaks

    This is How a Heart Breaks (2005)

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    "This Is How a Heart Breaks" was released in June 2005 as the second single from Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas's debut album, …Something to Be. The song was moderately successful on the charts peaking at number 52 in the USA and number 13 in Australia. It was certified gold by the RIAA selling over 500,000 copies and in 2006 it won a Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Performance, Solo.


  15. I See It Now

    I See It Now

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    "I See It Now" is the title of a song written by Larry Boone, Paul Nelson, and Woody Lee. It was recorded by American country music artist Tracy Lawrence. It was released in August 1994 as the lead-off single from his album of the same name. It peaked at number 2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and reached number 5 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart. It also peaked at number 84 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.


  16. Can't Break It To My Heart

    Can't Break It To My Heart

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    "Can't Break It to My Heart" is the title of a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Tracy Lawrence. It was released in June 1993 as the second single from his album, Alibis.' The song reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and peaked at number 2 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart. '


  17. Black Velvet

    Black Velvet (1989)

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    "Black Velvet" is a blues verse with a rock chorus written by Canadian songwriters Christopher Ward and David Tyson, recorded by Canadian singer songwriter Alannah Myles. It was released in December 1989 as one of four singles from Myles' 1989 eponymous CD from Atlantic Records. It became a number one hit for two weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in 1990 and reached number one on the Album Rock Tracks chart, as well as number one in Canada and number two on the UK Singles Chart.


  18. As Any Fool Can See

    As Any Fool Can See

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    "As Any Fool Can See" is the title of a song written by Paul Nelson and Kenny Beard, and recorded by American country music artist Tracy Lawrence. It was released in December 1994 as the second single from his album, I See It Now. The song peaked at number 2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and at number 18 on Canada's RPM country chart.


  19. A Fool for You

    A Fool for You (1957)

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    "A Fool for You" is a bluesy, proto-soul single recording written by Ray Charles and released by him in 1955 on the Atlantic label.


  20. Last Time

    Last Time (2007)

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    "Last Time" is the third single from R&B recording artist Trey Songz's album Trey Day. The single debuted at number 118 on the U.S. R&B chart on its second week of release.


  21. Self Control

    Self Control (1984)

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    "Self Control" is a song recorded in 1984 by Laura Branigan, as well as the album on which it appears. The song was recorded earlier that same year with the same English lyrics by Italian singer Raf, who co-wrote the song with Giancarlo Bigazzi and Steve Piccolo. Branigan's version first hit no. 1 in Germany on June 15, 1984. Raf's version first hit no. 1 in Italy on June 23, 1984. Branigan's version was the most popular song across Europe during much of the summer of 1984 and was the most successful single of the year in Switzerland. Branigan's version peaked at no. 4 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and also went to no. 2 on the dance chart.


  22. Sticks & Stones

    Sticks & Stones

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    "Sticks and Stones" is the title of a song written by Elbert West and Roger Dillon, and recorded by American country music artist Tracy Lawrence. It was released in November 1991 as the title track and first single from Lawrence's 1991 debut album. In January 1992, it became his first Number One hit on the Billboard country singles charts and on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart.


  23. Count On Me

    Count On Me (2010)

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    "Count On Me" is a song by American singer and songwriter Bruno Mars for his debut studio album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans (2010). It was written by Mars, and Philip Lawrence and Ari Levine of production team The Smeezingtons, who also handled the song's production. The song has been released as a radio single in Australia and New Zealand, serving as the overall fifth single from Doo-Wops & Hooligans.


  24. I Don't Want To Live Without You

    I Don't Want To Live Without You (1987)

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    "I Don't Want to Live Without You" is a song from the rock-pop band Foreigner. It was included on their 1987 platinum album, Inside Information.


  25. Love To Love You Baby

    Love To Love You Baby (1975)

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    "Love to Love You Baby" is a song by American singer Donna Summer released in 1975. It became one of the first ever disco hits to also be released in an extended form. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame named it one of the 500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll, Summer's only such selection.


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