Genre: R&B

MONICA Lyrics - by Popularity

1 For You I Will
2 Taxi
3 Ain
4 Searchin'
5 I'm Back
6 With You
7 Never Can Say Good-Bye
8 Angel
9 Angel of Mine
10 Take Him Back
11 Ring Da Bell
12 Why I Love You so Much
13 Don't Gotta Go Home
14 Still Standing
15 U Should've Known
16 Get It Off
17 Miss Thang
18 Street Symphony (Rap Remix)
19 Street Symphony (Cyptron Zone III Remix)
20 First Night
21 What Part Of The Game
22 Gone Be Fine"(feat. Outkast
23 Ain't Gonna Cry No More
24 Knock Knock
25 Gotta Move On
26 Go to Bed Mad
27 Gone Be Fine
28 Get Down
29 That's My Man
30 Before You Walk out of My Life
31 Skate
32 Don't Gotta Go Home Ft. DMX
33 Cross Da Room
34 Get It Off (That Kid Chris Remix)
35 Never Can Say Goodbye
36 U Should've Known Better
37 A Dozen Roses (You Remind Me)
38 So Gone Remix
39 You Have Known Better
40 Hurts the Most
41 Why Her?
42 Everytime Tha Beat Drop
43 The First Night - Acappella
44 Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
45 Doin' Me Right
46 Let's Straighten It Out
47 Missing You
48 Too Hood
49 Knock Knock (Planet Funk Club Mix)
50 Just Another Girl
51 U Deserve
52 Slow Jam
53 Monica - Knock, Knock
54 Knock Knock/ Get Off
55 A Grown Up Christmas List
56 So Gone
57 Let's Straighten It Out"(feat. Usher
58 Right Here Waiting
59 Suga
60 Until It's Gone
61 Street Symphony
62 Your Everything To Me
63 My Grown Up Christmas List
64 Amazing
65 Cry
66 Right Here Waiting"(feat. 112
67 Ocean of Tears
68 So In Love
69 U Should've Known Betta
70 What My Heart Says
71 Time to Move On
72 'Cross the Room
73 Saints & Sinners
74 Sideline Ho
75 The First Night
76 You Should've Known
77 New Life (Outro)
78 I Miss Music
79 Right Here Waiting (Featuring 112)
80 You Shoulda Known Better
81 Breathe
82 Anchor
83 Stay Or Go
84 Uh Oh
85 What Hurts The Most
86 In 3D
87 Sick and Tired
88 Like This and Like That
89 So Gone F. Missy Elliott
90 All Eyez On Me
91 Catch Me
92 If U Were The Girl
93 My Everything
94 Anything To Find You
95 Breaks My Heart
96 Code Red
97 The First Night (So So Def Remix)
98 Everytime Tha Beat Drop [Clean]
99 Had Me
100 Just Right for Me
101 Intro
102 Just One Of Those Days
103 Anything (To Find You) (Single)
104 I Wrote This Song
105 Love Just Ain't Enough
106 Grown-Up Christmas List
107 If You Were My Man
108 New Life (Intro)
109 Call My Name
110 Do It All Again
111 Everything To Me
112 Here I Am
113 Tell Me If You Still Care
114 It All Belongs to Me
115 I Know
116 One In A Lifetime
117 Love All Over Me
118 Now I'm Gone
119 Daddy’s Good Girl
120 Ain't Nobody
121 All Men Lie
122 Mirror
123 Down 4 Whatever
124 Until It's Gone (Single)
125 Superman
126 Man Who Has Everything
127 Deep
128 Blackberry
129 I Keep It to Myself
130 Believing In Me
131 Don't Take It Personal (Remix)
132 Big Mistake
133 Hustler's Ambition
134 Lesson Learned
135 Inside
136 How I Like It [feat. Rocko]
137 Forever Always
138 Take a Chance
139 Don't Take It Personal (Just One Of Dem Days) Remix
140 Alone In Your Heart
141 All I Know
142 Misty Blue
143 Still Standing Monica
144 Keep it to Myself
145 Without You


Monica Denise Arnold (born October 24, 1980), professionally known as Monica, is an American R&B and pop singer, songwriter, and occasional actress. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Arnold was a member of Charles Thompson and the Majestics, a traveling 12-piece gospel choir prior to signing a solo recording contract with Arista Records in 1995. Guided by Rowdy head Dallas Austin, she came to prominence following her debut album Miss Thang, which produced four singles and made the youngest recording act to ever have two consecutive chart-topping hits on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Following a major success with "The Boy Is Mine," a duet with singer Brandy, and a same-titled second album in 1998, a series of hit records established her position as one of the most successful of the new breed of urban R&B female vocalists to emerge in the mid-to late 1990s. Arnold's popularity was in decline between the early 2000s, during which time she dealt with more personal tribulations including the suicide of her boyfriend, a tumultuous relationship with former fiancé Corey "C-Murder" Miller and the delay of her heavily-bootlegged third album, All Eyez on Me. In 2003, Monica eventually released her fourth album After the Storm, and after an unsuccessful period, she scored her sixth number-one hit "So Gone." After giving birth to her first child, Rodney Ramone Hill III, in May 2005, and another short hiatus, Monica released her fourth studio album, The Makings of Me in October 2006.