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Songs to Invoke Admiration

Episode 22
Songs to Invoke Admiration

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  • I've Got You

    "Mended" is the sixth overall solo studio album and second English studio album by American Latin pop singer-songwriter Marc Anthony. The album features the hit single "I've Got You".

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  • The Best

    "The Best" is a song originally recorded by Bonnie Tyler on her 1988 release "Hide Your Heart". The song was later covered by Tina Turner, and released as a highly successful single in 1989. It was included on her hit album "Foreign Affair".

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  • Wind Beneath My Wings

    "Wind Beneath My Wings" is a song written in 1982 by Jeff Silbar and Larry Henley. The highest-charting version of the song to date was recorded in 1988 by Bette Midler for the soundtrack to the film "Beaches".

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  • The Last Song

    "The Last Song" is a single from Elton John's 1992 album, "The One". It was composed by John, with lyrics by Bernie Taupin. The song tells of an estranged father coming to terms with the sexuality of his gay son, who is dying of an AIDS-related illness.

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  • Should a Man Cry

    "Should a Man Cry" is a track performed by Tony Terry, from his album "I Tony 6".

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  • The Closer I Get to You

    "The Closer I Get to You" is a ballad performed by Roberta Flack with Donny Hathaway. The song was written by James Mtume and Reggie Lucas, two former members of Miles Davis' band. "The Closer I Get to You" peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100.

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  • We Never Danced to a Love Song

    "We Never Danced to a Love Song" is a track performed by The Manhattans from their album "It Feels So Good".

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  • Shining Star

    "Shining Star" is a song by The Manhattans. Released as a single in 1980, the song reached No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it remained for three weeks. The song won a Grammy Award in 1981.

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  • Shining Star

    "Shining Star" is a popular song by the R&B group the Manhattans. Released as a single in 1980, the song reached No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it remained for three weeks. It was remade by Bette Midler, for her album "Bette".

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