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9 Replies to “ Three Times A Lady - Commodores - Love Songs (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Side C 1. Lady (You Bring Me Up) 2. Oh No 3. Painted Picture 4. Only You 5. Nightshift 6. Animal Instinct: Side D 1. Goin' To The Bank 2. United In Love.
  2. Dec 12,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Three Times A Lady · Commodores Natural High ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: Producer, Assoc.
  3. Thanks for the times that you've given me The memories are all in my mind And now that we've come to the end of our rainbow There's something i must say out loud You're once, twice, three times a lady And I love you Yes, you're once, twice, three times a lady And I love you, I love you When we are together the moments I cherish With every beat.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Musitech Plating Vinyl release of Love Songs on Discogs.
  5. Three Times a Lady This song is by Commodores and appears on the album Natural High () on the album Back To Front () by Lionel Richie on the album The Definitive Collection () by Lionel Richie on the album Gold () by Lionel Richie This song is featured in the television series Sopranos, Seinfeld and Saturday Night Live. Thanks for the times that you've given me The.
  6. rows · The Commodores are an American funk/soul band, which was at its peak in the late s .
  7. Apr 28,  · Song Three Times A Lady; Artist Soundtrack/The Commodores; Album Election; Writers Lionel Richie; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of London-Sire); LatinAutor - SonyATV, EMI Music Publishing.
  8. The original version with black cover contains 14 songs. I ordered this album because the description stated that it had fourteen songs, i.e.: 1. Sweet Love 2. Just to Be Close to You 3. Easy 4. Three Times a Lady 5. Say Yeah 6. Still 7. Lovin' You 8. Sail On 9. Old-Fashion Love Jesus Is Love Lady (You Bring Me Up) Oh No This 4/5.
  9. About Three Times a Lady "Three Times a Lady" is a song by Lionel Richie written for American soul group the Commodores for their album Natural High. It was produced by James Anthony Carmichael and the Commodores. It was also the only Motown song to reach the Top 10 on the US Billboard Hot that year.

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