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Smokey Robinson Lyrics

Genre: R&B

Smokey Robinson Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Ooh Baby Baby
2 The Tears Of A Clown
3 Way Over There (1960)
4 Who's Gonna Take The Blame
5 One Time
6 Don't Know Why
7 You're The One For Me
8 Please Don't Take Your Love
9 Point It Out
10 Really Gonna Miss You
11 More Love
12 Cruising
13 Quiet Storm (Groove Boutique Remix)
14 Time Flies
15 The Love I Saw in You Was Just a Mirage
16 Mickey's Monkey
17 The Agony and the Ecstasy
18 I'm On the Outside (Looking In)
19 Baby Come Close
20 Going To A Go-Go
21 Being With You
22 That Place
23 Shop Around
24 Love Bath
25 Doggone Right
26 I Gotta Dance To Keep From Crying
27 Who's Lovin' You (1960)
28 You're Just My Life
29 A Fork In The Road
30 I Love Your Face
31 Oh Be My Love
32 The Composer
33 Quiet Storm
34 It's Her Turn To Live
35 Who's Sad
36 Coincidentally
37 Tears Of A Clown
38 I Can't Find
39 Ooh Baby Baby (Featuring Ledisi)
40 Special Occasion
41 Let Me Be the Clock
42 The Love Between Me And My Kids
43 Can't Fight Love
44 Why You Wanna See My Bad Side
45 Noel
46 Mama You're My Daddy Too
47 Get Ready (Featuring Gary Barlow)
48 Much Better Off
49 Virgin Man
50 You Are Forever
51 Love So Fine
52 Girlfriend
53 Our Love Is Here To Stay
54 One Heartbeat
55 The Tracks Of My Tears
56 She's Only A Baby Herself
57 As You Do
58 Feeling You, Feeling Me
59 Just My Imagination
60 When The Words From My Heart Get Caught Up In My Throat
61 Fulfill Your Need
62 I Hear The Children Singing
63 Madame X
64 What's In Your Life For Me
65 Holly
66 Happy
67 Heavy On Pride (Light On Love)
68 Shoe Soul
69 Travelin' Through
70 Cruisin Together
71 Medley: Never My Love / Never Can Say Goodbye
72 Love Letters
73 Trying It Again
74 Vitamin U
75 Crusin'
76 A Silent Partner In A Three-Way Love Affair
77 An Old Fashioned Man
78 Baby, Baby Don't Cry
79 Daylight & Darkness
80 The Tracks Of My Tears (Featuring Elton John)
81 Ooo Baby Baby
82 Just To See Her Again
83 Just My Soul Responding
84 Love Will Set You Free
85 Get Out Of Town
86 I'm Loving You Softly
87 You Really Got A Hold On Me (Featuring Steven Tyler)
88 Night And Day
89 Sweet Harmony
90 Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
91 Aqui Con Tigo
92 Castles Made Of Sand
93 Cruisin'
94 It's A Good Night
95 My Girl (Featuring Miguel, Aloe Blacc, JC Chasez)
96 Wanna Know My Mind
97 Into Each Rain Some Life Must Fall
98 So In Love
99 I Love The Nearness Of You
100 Whatcha Gonna Do?
101 Cruisin' (Featuring Jessie J)
102 Asleep On My Love
103 Wine, Women And Song
104 Open
105 I Don't Blame You At All
106 The Hurt's On You
107 Satisfy You
108 Quiet Storm (Featuring John Legend)
109 My Girl Has Gone
110 I've Got You Under My Skin
111 I Am I Am
112 Melody Man
113 When You Came
114 I Second That Emotion
115 Ever Had A Dream
116 The Way You Do (The Things You Do) (Featuring Ceelo Green)
117 Just Passing Through
118 I Want To Be Your Love
119 Do Like I Do
120 If You Can Want
121 Get Ready
122 Being With You (Featuring Mary J. Blige)
123 You Go To My Head
124 A Tattoo
125 Food For Thought
126 Baby That's Backatcha
127 Just to See Her
128 Share It
129 Ain't That Peculiar (Featuring James Taylor)
130 You've Really Got a Hold On Me
131 Wedding Song
132 The Family Song
133 If You Wanna Make Love (Come 'Round Here)
134 Like Nobody Can
135 After You Put Back The Pieces (I'll Still Have A Broken Heart)
136 Yes It's You Lady
137 The Tears Of A Clown (Featuring Sheryl Crow)
138 Oh Girl

Smokey Robinson Bio

William "Smokey" Robinson, Jr. (born February 19, 1940) is an American R&B singer-songwriter, record producer, and former record executive. Robinson was the founder and front man of the Motown vocal group The Miracles, for which he also served as the group's chief songwriter and producer. Robinson led the group from its 1955 origins as The Five Chimes until 1972 when he announced a retirement from the stage to focus on his role as Motown's vice president.

However, Robinson returned to the music industry as a solo artist the following year, later having solo hits such as "Baby That's Backatcha", "A Quiet Storm", "The Agony and the Ecstasy", "Cruisin'", "Being With You" and "Just to See Her". Following the sale of Motown Records in 1988, Robinson left Motown in 1990. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987.

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