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The Jackson 5 Lyrics

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The Jackson 5 Lyrics - by Popularity

1 The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You)
2 Christmas Won't Be The Same This Year
3 Harley
4 Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/The Love You Save
5 ABC
6 Blame It On The Boogie
7 My Girl
8 Strength Of One Man
9 I Want You Back
10 I Want You Back (Z-Trip Remix)
11 Don't Say Good Bye Again
12 How Funky Is Your Chicken
13 That's How Love Is
14 Who's Loving You
15 It's Too Late To Change The Time
16 With A Child's Heart
17 Buttercup
18 Mamas Pearl
19 I Found That Girl
20 Music's Takin' Over
21 I'll Be There
22 I Am In Love - Pts. I & II
23 A Fool For You
24 Dreamer
25 Maybe Tomorrow
26 Where Almost There
27 Art Of Madness
28 Give It Up
29 Never Can Say Goodbye
30 Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town
31 I'll Find A Way
32 Maria
33 Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
34 Can You Feel It
35 The Love You Save
36 You're My Best Friend, My Love
37 Ready Or Not, Here I Come
38 Ben
39 Make Tonight All Mine
40 Little Bitty Pretty One
41 Ask The Lonely
42 If You'd Only Believe
43 Never Can Say Goodbye - The Jackson Five
44 I Was Made To Love Her
45 World Of Sunshine
46 Nothin'
47 Play It Up
48 Got To Be There - Michael Jackson
49 Never Had a Dream Come True
50 Listen I'll Tell You How
51 Stop! The Love You Save
52 My Little Baby
53 Up On The Housetop
54 Rocking Robin
55 The Hurt
56 Man's Temptation
57 Petals
58 The Christmas Song
59 You Ain't Giving Me What I Want (So I'm Taking It All Back)
60 Bridge Over Troubled Water
61 Never Can Say Goodbye (Alternate Version)
62 I Ain't Gonna Eat My Heart Out Anymore
63 Honey Love
64 Wait
65 Motown Medley
66 Love Comes In Different Flavors
67 Alright With Me
68 Dancing Machine (Single Version)
69 The Little Drummer Boy
70 That's How Love Goes
71 Keep On Dancing
72 ABC (Alternate Version)
73 ABC (Salaam Remy Krunk-A-Delic Party Mix)
74 Midnight Rendezvous
75 Jamie
76 Living Together
77 Love Call
78 Enjoy Yourself
79 Especially For Me (You Were Made)
80 Blues Away
81 Dancing Machine
82 Things I Do For You
83 Body Language (Do The Love Dance)
84 One Day In Your Life
85 Money Honey
86 Hallelujah Day
87 We Can Change The World
88 Lucky Day
89 La-La (Means I Love You)
90 The Eternal Light
91 Your Ways
92 Body
93 I Am Love (parts 1 & 2)
94 I'll Try You'll Try (Maybe We'll All Get By)
95 Private Affair
96 Teenage Symphony
97 Think Happy
98 Let's Have A Party
99 Dancing Machine (Alternate Version)
100 Sugar Daddy
101 Everybody Is A Star
102 Music And Me

The Jackson 5 Bio

The Jackson 5 (also spelled The Jackson Five, sometimes stylized The Jackson 5ive), later known as The Jacksons, were a American popular music family group from Gary, Indiana. Founding group members Jackie Jackson, Tito Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, Marlon Jackson and Michael Jackson formed the group after performing in an early incarnation called The Jackson Brothers, which originally consisted of a trio of the three older brothers. Active from 1964 to 1990, the Jacksons played from a repertoire of R&B, soul, pop and (in the 1970s) disco. During their six-and-a-half-year Motown tenure, The Jackson 5 was one of the biggest pop-music acts of the 1970s, and the band served as the launching pad for the solo careers of their lead singers Jermaine and Michael, the latter brother later transforming his early Motown solo fame into greater success as an adult artist. The Jackson 5/The Jacksons have sold 100 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling music artists of all time.

The Jackson 5 was one of few in recording history to have their first four major label singles ("I Want You Back", "ABC", "The Love You Save", and "I'll Be There") reach the top of the Billboard Hot 100. Several later singles, among them "Mama's Pearl", "Never Can Say Goodbye" and "Dancing Machine", were Top 5 pop hits and number-one hits on the R&B singles chart. Most of the early hits were written and produced by a specialized songwriting team known as "The Corporation"; later Jackson 5 hits were crafted chiefly by Hal Davis, while early Jacksons hits were compiled by the team of Gamble and Huff before The Jacksons began writing and producing themselves in the late 1970s.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackson_5