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Minnie Riperton: Lovin’ You

Íme a Minnie Riperton: Lovin’ You. After singing with Chess Records’ the Gems and Rotary Connection, Riperton joined Stevie Wonder’s 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.” Hirdetés

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Stevie Wonder: Part-Time Lover

Íme Stevie Wonder: Part-Time Lover. Wonder admitted that this song was heavily inspired by two previous Motown hits – “You Can’t 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. Hirdetés

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Taylor Swift – Love Story

Íme Taylor Swift – Love Story. It’s 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. Hirdetés

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Sara Bareilles: Love Song

Íme Sara Bareilles: Love Song. The singer from Eureka, Calif. made her chart debut with this song. Although it didn’t 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. Hirdetés

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The Supremes: Baby Love

Íme The Supremes: 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 Gordy’s company as “the no-hit Supremes,” but that changed when their previous single, “Where Did Our Love Go,” achieved pole position. Hirdetés

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