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"Love Me Now" is a song by American recording artist Melanie Amaro, the winner of the first season of The X Factor. It is a contemporary R&B ballad was written and produced by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, while additional songwriting was done by Kenneth Coby and Crystal Johnson.
Melanie Amaro, Atlanta, Georgia. 11,000 likes · 64 talking about this. 1st X-Factor U.S.A. Winner / Singer / Songwriter / Actress / Indie Artist / @MoorehouseMusicGroup
Love Me Now Lyrics: Boy, drop the world / And love me now / Let's not wait for tomorrow / Take this moment / And let's own it / Let's build a day / In the sun's go / And when the night falls / And
And I'm crazy for you And I want you here with me When I hear your answering machine The sound of your voice I can't live without you I can't sleep at all And I'm crazy for you Long distance love Wherever you are now I hope I'm what you're dreaming of Counting down the seconds Till you're in my arms boy Baby I've got to let you know And I just ...
Melanie Amaro - Still I Rise (Lyrics Below) - Yolanda Adams CoverVERSE 1:Shattered, but I'm not brokenWounded, but time will healHeavy the load, the cross I ...
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"Listen" is a song recorded by American singer Beyoncé. The song was written by Beyoncé, Henry Krieger, Scott Cutler, and Anne Preven, and produced by The Underdogs, Matt Sullivan and Randy Spendlove for the 2006 musical film Dreamgirls, in which Beyoncé's character Deena Jones sings the song in an expression of independence from her controlling husband.
But, yeah, she didn't have "the look," and it also didn't help that there wasn't a single at the ready to release right after she won. Granted, The X Factor was never a hit in the U.S., but they needed to capture at least some of whatever audience they had.
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