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A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart MakesYou're What's Missing In My LifeCan I Get A WitnessI Want A GuyI'll Try Something NewThe Only Time I'm HappyMoreOne More Bridge To CrossOnly SixteenYesterdayWhen The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His EyesStubborn Kind Of FellowBend A LittleDoes Your Momma Know About MeThe Sha-la BanditDo You Love MeNever AgainThis Is The StoryHave I Lost YouUp The Ladder To The RoofFunny GirlSupercalifragilisticexpialidociousBaby DollPeopleWith A Song In My HeartSanta Claus Is Comingto TownRockand Roll Banjo BandRiver Deep-mountain HighYou Gotta Have Love In Your HeartBridge Over Troubled WaterLove It Came To Me This TimeHere Comes The SunriseI Don't Want To Own You (I Just Want To Love You)Wait A Minute Before You Leave MeComin' OutAutomatically SunshineI Guess I'll Always Love YouBah Bah BahLoneliness Is A Lonely FeelingI Didn't Know Whattime It WasSeventeenCoca-cola CommercialYour Wonderful Sweet Sweet LoveMy Heart Can't Takeit No MoreI Keep It HidThat's How Much You Made Me Love YouTime And LoveIt's Time To Break DownTears Left OverI Ain't That Easy To LoseThese Boots Are Made For WalkingParadiseThank Him For TodayTogether We Can Make Such Sweet MusicStill Water (Love)You Move MeDance FeverChained To YesterdayThen We Can Try AgainThe Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)Johnny RavenMr. BoogieThe Loving CountryThere's Room At The Top (Alternate Version)I Can Never RecoverI Wish I Were Your MirrorSeed Of LoveIt's So Hard For Me To Say GoodbyeTossin' And Turnin'It's Too LateMay His Love Shine ForeverToo Much A Little Too SoonThe Christmas SongA Breathtaking GuySpring Is Here
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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