Category: Classic Rock

I Just Cant Stop Loving You - Michael Jackson - Bad (CD, Album)

02.10.2012 / / Classic Rock

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  1. In Garrett was involved in Michael Jackson 's Bad album, singing a duet with Jackson on " I Just Can't Stop Loving You " in several different languages (among which were French and Spanish). She co-wrote Jackson's No. 1 single " Man in the Mirror ".
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of I Just Can't Stop Loving You on Discogs/5(23).
  3. Feb 13,  · Artist: Michael Jackson Song: I Just Can't Stop Loving You Album: Bad No Capo Version Below Capo 3 Intro: A A Each time the wind blows, I hear your voice so Em I call.
  4. Music Video. The song was written by Michael Jackson for his seventh studio album "Bad". "I Just Can't Stop Loving You" was released as the first (out of ten!) single from the album. The single was released in July with "Baby Be Mine" on the B-side. The single topped the charts in numerous countries, including the UK, Canada and the United States.
  5. I can't live my life without you [Michael:] I just can't hold on [Siedah:] I feel we belong [Michael:] My life ain't worth living If I can't be with you [Both:] I just can't stop loving you I just can't stop loving you And if I stop Then tell me just what will I do [Siedah:] 'Cause I just can't stop loving you [Michael:] At night when the stars.
  6. Jun 25,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of I Just Can't Stop Loving You on Discogs. Label: Epic - ,Legacy - • Format: CD Single, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Ballad/5(29).
  7. I Just Can't Stop Loving You is one of Michael Jackson's songs in the albums, Bad and HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I. This song also featured Siedah Garrett as a duet. This song was released on July 20, and was recorded in May of
  8. The first single from Bad, "I Just Can't Stop Loving You," went gold, going to number one on both the R&B and pop charts in the fall of To some, the wispy ballad was reminiscent of Jackson's Motown classic "Got to Be There." Jackson and Garrett sounded so much alike that it mimicked Jackson's double-tracked vocals of "Got to Be There.".

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