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Till Johnny ComesStormyYour Kiss Of FireDon't Let True Love DieBaby Don't GoWhen It's To The Top (still I Won't Stop Giving You Love)My Heart Stood StillSincerelyIt's All Been Said BeforeCan't Shake It LooseI'm Giving You Your FreedomYou're My Driving WheelThis Guy's In Love With YouColor My World BlueYou Keep Me Moving OnYou Can't Do ThatYou Turn Me AroundTime Changes ThingsYou Didn't Care5:30 PlaneWith A Child's HeartI'm Glad About It(don't Break These) Chains Of LoveManhattanYou Took Advantage Of MeGet ReadyLove (makes Me Do Foolish Things)Didn't WeWhere Would I Be Without You BabyWonderful WonderfulSomeday My Prince Will ComeA World Without LoveStop! In The Name Of LoveLittle Miss LoserThen I Met YouIt's Going All The Way (to True True Love)Unchained MelodyAutomatically YoursShake Me Wake Me (when It's Over)A Change Is Gonna ComeHey BabyThis Is Why I Believe In YouSomeday We'll Be TogetherYou're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves YouI Hear A SymphonyOoowee BabyWhen Can Brown BeginBig SpenderHe Means The World To MeI Don't Want To Lose YouIt's All Your FaultThe Beginning Of The EndBits And PiecesAsk Any GirlThe Day Will Come Between Sunday And MondayCome And Get These MemoriesForever Came TodayMy Funny ValentineThe Ballad Of Davy CrocketA Taste Of HoneyFancy PassesSome Things You Never Get Used ToI Got Hurt (trying To Be The Only Girl In Your Life)Treat Me Nice John HenrySave Me A StarStanding At The Crosroads Of LoveMichelleNothing Can Change This Love(you're Gone But) Always In My HeartOur Day Will ComeThenThis Old Heart Of Mine (is Weak For You)Il Voce Di Silenzio (silent Voices)(i'm So Glad) Heartaches Don't Last AlwaysCan't You See It's Me
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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