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Lyrics are a set of words that make up a song, usually consisting of verses and choruses.
1. Love Song
The singer from Eureka, Calif. made her chart debut with this song. Although it didnt reach No. 1 on the Hot 100, it topped the Adult Contemporary and Adult Pop Songs charts and was the No. 1 song of the year on the annual recaps of those two lists.
2. Baby Love
When this song reached the top of the Hot 100, the Supremes became the first Motown act to have two No. 1s. Just a few months earlier, they were known around Berry Gordys company as the no hit Supremes, but that changed when their previous single, Where Did Our Love Go, achieved pole position.
3. Love Story
Its not a surprise that Swift wrote this song based on a real guy she was dating. Her family disapproved, inspiring her to base the song on the most famous Love Story of all, Romeo and Juliet, but this time with a happy ending.
4. Part Time Lover
Wonder admitted that this song was heavily inspired by two previous Motown hits You Cant Hurry Love and My World Is Empty Without You, both by the Supremes. It was his ninth No. 1 and the first single to top five different Billboard charts.
5. Lovin You
After singing with Chess Records the Gems and Rotary Connection, Riperton joined Stevie Wonders backing vocalists, Wonderlove, in 1973. A year later she signed with Epic, with Wonder producing her first album. The initial single failed to chart but the follow up was Lovin You.
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Symbol : lr
Atomic no. : 103
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