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“Human Nature” sung by Michael Jackson recorded in 1982 from his Thriller album. Steve Porcaro composed the song and wrote the original lyrics. The addition of this song into the album was unintentional because the original lyrics were unsuitable for the album’s theme. However, when the cassette demo “auto-reverse”, an eerie silence and incoherent lyric followed. The album producer, Quincy Jones found the composition interesting enough to add into the album. However, Jones asked John Betts to rewrite the lyrics.
Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam sung the R&B song “All Cried Out” in 1985 and became eighth in the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1986. In addition, it reached number 3 in the US Billboard Hot Black Singles chart. The American R&B group, Allure, covered the song in 1997, which peaked at number 4 in Billboard Hot 100, number 9 in Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks, and number 7 in the US Billboard Mainstream top 40 charts.
Sung by Debra Laws in 1981, “Very Special” peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard R&B chart and was number 90 in the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song has been a subject of lawsuits when Big Daddy Kane and Jennifer Lopez covered the song in 1993 and 2003 respectively. The cover by Jennifer Lopez in 2003 raised the song to number one in the US.
“Dreams” is performed by Chicago soul band Smoke City from their album I Really Want You. It was their second single in the album. The album has a combination of romantic, funk, and jam.
Various artists have covered the song “Can’t Hide Love” originally was by Earth, Wind, & Fire in their Gratitude album in 1975. Skip Scarborough wrote the song in 1973 originally intended as a debut single of Creative Source. Columbia Records released the song in 1976, when it then reached number 11 in the US Billboard Hot Soul Singles chart and number 39 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.
In 1986, Billy Ocean performed his single “There’ll Be Sad Songs (To Make You Cry)”, which he was also credited as the co-writer of the song. Between 1986 and 1987, it was number one in the US Billboard Hot 100 charts, Us Billboard Hot Black Singles charts, Canada (RPM), and US Billboard Hot Audit contemporary charts.
“Oh Honey” was a hit single in 1978 by Delegation, a British soul music group. The song made the band an overnight success as it became number six in the US R&B charts and number 45 in the US Pop chart.
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