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Songs to Invoke Breathing

Episode 28
Songs to Invoke Breathing

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  • Exhale (Shoop Shoop)

    "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" is a song by Whitney Houston, featured on the soundtrack for the film "Waiting to Exhale". In the United States, it became the third single to debut on top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart in Billboard's history.

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  • Colors of the Spirit

    "Trial by Fire" is the tenth studio album by Journey. The album marked the reunion of the classic 1980s lineup. The platinum album peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200, and includes the track "Colors of the Spirit".

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  • Breathtaker

    "Breathtaker" is a track performed by SisQó, from his album "Last Dragon" (2015).

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  • Harder to Breathe

    "Harder to Breathe" is a song by American band Maroon 5. The song was written by frontman Adam Levine for the band's debut album, "Songs About Jane" (2002). The song expresses tension, having been written quickly under trying circumstances.

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  • Lose My Breath

    "Lose My Breath" is a song by Destiny's Child. The track eceived a Grammy Award nomination in the category for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group. "Lose My Breath" was commercially successful peaking at number three on the Billboard Hot 100.

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  • Falling

    "Falling" is a 1986 single by Melba Moore. The single was a follow-up to "A Little Bit More", her number one soul single with Freddie Jackson. Just as she had done with her previous single, "Falling" peaked at number one on the soul singles chart.

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  • From My Past

    "From My Past" is a track performed by Neddy Smith, from his album "Blue Monday" (2015).

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  • Breathe Again

    "Breathe Again" is a song by American R&B singer Toni Braxton from her self-titled debut album (1993). Written by Babyface and produced by L. A. Reid, Babyface, and Daryl Simmons, the single peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100.

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