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Going In Circles - Luther Vandross - Always Forever The Classics (Cassette)

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  1. 2 - You got me going in circles Oh, around and around I go Going in circles Oh, around and around I go I'm strung out over you I'm a faceless clock With timeless hopes that never stop When I feel that way You know my soul's at stake Repeat 1 Repeat 2 I'm strung out over you(I need you baby) Uuh, I need (I need you baby) Call me (I need you baby).
  2. Always & Forever: The Classics is a greatest hits album by American R&B/soul singer Luther Vandross, released in (see in music). It contains Luther's best known cover songs.
  3. Always & Forever: The Classics by Luther Vandross - Audio Cassette () for $ from meztishakarlandanayaforcehammer.xyzinfo R&B / Soul - Order by Phone Price: $
  4. Luther Vandross ‎– Always & Forever (The Classics) Label: Epic ‎– EK , Epic Records Group ‎– EK , LV Records ‎– EK /5(1).
  5. Song information for Going In Circles - Luther Vandross on AllMusic. Song information for Going In Circles - Luther Vandross on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Always & Forever: The Classics. LV / Epic: AllMusic | AllMovie.
  6. Luther Vandross paid tribute to Sam Cooke by covering his hit "Having A Party" as a medley with an original song, "Bad Boy." "Bad Boy/Having a Party" was the first single from Vandross' second album, Forever, For Always, For Love, in
  7. Oct 15,  · Luther Vandross / Forever, For Always, For Love by MusicSnobTantrum. Luther Vandross -Any love by Mz Chris. Going In Circles by Luther Vandross. Think About You Luther Vandross by biedronka6. Language: English Location: United States.
  8. Going in Circles Lyrics: I'm an ever-rolling wheel / Without a destination real / And I'm an ever-spinning top / Whirling around 'til I drop / Oh, but what am I to do / My mind is in a whirlpool.
  9. "Going in Circles" is a song written by Jerry Peters and Anita Poree, and originally performed by The Friends of Distinction on their album Grazin', reaching number 15 on the U.S. Hot , and number three on the R&B chart. [3] The song has since been covered numerous times by other artists, including Isaac Hayes and Luther Vandross.

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