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You Gotta Have Love In Your HeartA Dream Is A Wish Your Heart MakesBring It On Home To MeThe Land Of Make BelieveLoving You Is Better Than EverThe WeightBill When Are You Coming BackGoing Down For The Third TimeI Second That EmotionWhere Do I Go From HereYou Can't Hurry LoveWhisper You Love Me BoyBewitchedEverything's Good About YouRespectButtered PopcornIt's The Same Old SongSweet Dream MachineLove Is Here And Now You're GonePut Yourself In My PlaceI'll Be DoggoneTwinkle Twinkle Little MeCome On And See MeBad WeatherThere's A Small HotelBaby I Need Your LovingWhy (must We Fall In Love)Uptight (everything's Alright)The Music That Makes Me DanceCornet ManHey JudeHoney BoyI'm So Glad I Got Somebody (like You Around)I'm The Exception To The RuleSilver BellsShadows Of SocietyWhere Or WhenHigh EnergyLet The Music PlayThis Can't Be LoveThe Little Drummer BoyHeaven Must Have Sent YouIt Never Entered My Mind(ain't That)good NewsReflectionsBecauseJust A Little MisunderstandingTcbI've Got No StringsBaby DollHey BabyMountain GreeneryIt Makes No Difference NowWho Could Ever Doubt My LoveTake Your Dreams BackAin't No Mountain High EnoughOh My Poor BabyYou Gave Me LoveRudolph The Red-nosed ReindeerOnly You (can Love Me Like You Love Me)My Favorite ThingsMy Christmas TreeWhere Is It I BelongMy World Is Empty Without YouRun Run RunTill The Boat Sails AwayLove ChildThou SwellLoverHappy (is A Bumpy Road)I'm Livin' In ShameSing A Simple SongShakeUp Up And AwayAny Girl In Love (knows What I'm Going Through)
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Related Information for Supremes The Supremes were a very successful Motown all-female singing group active from 1959 until 1977, performing at various times doo-wop, pop, soul, Broadway showtunes, psychedelia, and disco. One of Motown's signature acts, The Supremes were the most successful African-American musical act of the 1960s, recording twelve #1 hits between 1964 and 1969, many of them written and produced by Motown's main songwriting and production team, Holland-Dozier-Holland. The crossover succ.. read more