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Whitney Houston

Didn't We Almost Have It All

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  • Dance
  • Space
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1987
  • 2012
  • 1987
  • 1963
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  • 1986

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“Run to You” is a song performed by Whitney Houston and is the fourth single released from . “Run to You” was written by Jud Friedman and Allan Rich. Originally intended to be a break-up song, it was approved by the production and stars. However, a month later, the director of The Bodyguard (Mick Jackson) called, saying he liked the song so much, but he’d rather have it to be a love song so the entire song was rewritten, except for the title. All of the previous releases from The Bodyguard had been successes, landing in the top five. “Run to You” became a moderate hit, peaking at number 31 on the Billboard Hot 100. In the U.S., it spent six weeks inside the top 40, five of which were spent at the number 31 peak. Airplay and singles sales topped out at number 26 and 41,... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Didn't we almost have it all ... The nights we held on till the morning ... You know you'll never love that way again

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