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Queen Latifah Lyrics

Genre: R&B

Queen Latifah Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Take Me Away (With You)
2 Queen Of A Royal Badness
3 U.N.I.T.Y.
4 I Know Where I've Been
5 Jersey
6 Come So Far (Got So Far To Go)
7 Long Ass Week
8 Simply Beautiful
9 It's Alright
10 A King And Queen Creation
11 If I Had You
12 Over The Mountain
13 Champion
14 Poetry Man
15 Fair Weather Friend
16 Moody's Mood for Love
17 Come Into My House
18 The Light
19 The Lady Is A Tramp
20 Fast Car
21 Hard To Love Ya
22 Hard Times
23 Latifah's Law
24 Fly Girl
25 Princess Of The Posse
26 I Love Being Here With You
27 I Don't Know
28 Evil That Men Do
29 Wrath of My Madness
30 People
31 Trav'lin' Light
32 Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars
33 The World
34 I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl
35 I Put a Spell on You
36 Every Woman Is a Queen
37 Spotlight
38 I'm Not In Love
39 The Same Love That Made Me Laugh
40 How Long (Betcha' Got a Chick On the Side)
41 Latifah's Had It Up 2 Here
42 If You Want To
43 What Love Has Joined Together
44 Latifah's Had It Up to Here
45 I Know Where I've Been ("Hairspray")
46 Gone Away
47 Hello Stranger
48 Big, Blonde And Beautiful
49 California Dreamin'
50 Georgia Rose
51 Oh Happy Day
52 Weekend Love
53 Come So Far
54 Be Yourself
55 Lush Life
56 Same Love
57 Just Another Day...
58 Dance for Me
59 Paper
60 Don't Cry Baby
61 Queen Of Royal Badness
62 Bananas
63 My Couch
64 Nuff' of the Ruff Stuff
65 No/ Yes
66 Elements I'm Among
67 Ladies First
68 Baby, Get Lost
69 Fly Girl (Brixton Bass Mix)
70 Runnin'
71 Princess of the Possee
72 "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy"
73 I'm Gonna Live Till I Die
74 Turn You On
75 Name Callin'
76 Cue The Rain
77 The Pros
78 Bananas (Who You Gonna Call?)
79 Inside Out

Queen Latifah Bio

Dana Elaine Owens (born March 18, 1970), better known by her stage name Queen Latifah, is an American rapper, model and actress. Latifah's work in music, film and television has earned her a Golden Globe award, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, two Image Awards, a Grammy Award, six additional Grammy nominations, an Emmy Award nomination and an Academy Award nomination.

Latifah was born and raised in the projects of Newark, New Jersey, the daughter of Rita, a schoolteacher who worked at Irvington High School, and Lancelot Owens, a policeman. Her parents divorced when Latifah was ten. Latifah performed the number "Home" from the musical The Wiz in a high school play. Her stage name, Latifah, meaning "delicate" and "sensitive" in Arabic, was given to her when she was eight by her cousin. Latifah was raised in the Baptist church and, while in high school, was a power forward on her basketball team.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Latifah