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Songs to Invoke Love 2

Episode 26
Songs to Invoke Love 2

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  • Bleeding Love

    "Bleeding Love" is a song performed by British singer Leona Lewis, who released it from her 2007 debut studio album, "Spirit". "Bleeding Love" was nominated for Record of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 51st Grammy Awards.

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  • What Is Love (Interlude)

    "What Is Love (Interlude)" is a track by recording artist MAJOR., from his debut album "I Am MAJOR." (2016).

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  • Why I Love You

    "Why I Love You" is a track by recording artist MAJOR., from his debut album "I Am MAJOR." (2016).

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  • Just Started (Start It Up Mix)

    "Just Started (Start It Up Mix)" is a track performed by Lachandra and produced the house music group Blaze.

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  • A Little Bit More

    "A Little Bit More" is a 1986 R&B single recorded by Melba Moore with Freddie Jackson. It was Moore's most successful on the R&B/soul charts, where it spent one week at number one. The single was taken from her album "A Lot of Love".

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  • You Are My Lady

    "You Are My Lady" is a 1985 single by Freddie Jackson, from his debut album, "Rock Me Tonight". The single hit number one on the R&B charts for two weeks, and was his most successful crossover single of his career, peaking at number 12 on the Hot 100.

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  • Giving You the Best That I Got

    "Giving You the Best That I Got" is a 1988 song by R&B recording artist Anita Baker. The song appears on Baker's album of the same name, which was released in the fall of that year. The song was written by Baker, Skip Scarborough, and Randy Holland.

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  • With You

    Tony Terry's self-titled second album, released in 1990, included the single "With You" (his biggest hit) which reached the Top 20 of the United States Billboard Hot 100, as well as the Top 10 on the R&B chart.

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  • Caravan of Love

    "Caravan of Love" is a 1985 R&B hit originally recorded by Isley-Jasper-Isley, the second half of The Isley Brothers' 3+3 lineup of the 1970s.

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