Most Memorable 70s Songs by a Female SingerIrina2932
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My favorite Dolly song - just wonderful track - Irina2932
Love the song and her voice
Can sing every song on the album... she can tear your heart out! LOVE!
Coolest intro ever and those lyrics cut like a knife
Mysterious and sexy song. Every detail perfect!
A pure classic. Witty and sly. Clever and biting!V 2 Comments
One of the most beautiful songs about LOVE. Not many people know that Dolly performed this song much before Whitney Houston but I adore both versions - Irina2932
Whitney's version was awesome but Dolly's had the song at #1 TWO times and that is extremely rare in any genre!
You've got to be able to feel that real cry in your voice. Dolly does it like no one can. Well, maybe Connie Francis can too.
Once you've heard it you will never forget it. No better accolade for an artist
Diana Ross is a legend. Her version of Ain't No Mountain High Enough is phenomenal. Such an innovative song with Diana's beautiful talking and singing voice!
Very nice track and Cher's performance is so great! - Irina2932
She has such a sweet voice and look about her how can you not LOVE HER! !
Without a doubt the best and can sing live also
Wonderful track from James Bond franchise - Irina2932
Simply the greatest set of female pipes. No one comes close for vocal beauty, power, joy and heartbreak.
Cool, clear - great band and a lead singer to kill for.
Lotta soul injected vocals
No one could ever match that voice. in a league of her own
A very old song that still sounds modern!
Electrónic music at it best in the 70's
Very beautiful and a bit underrated track from Shirley - Irina2932
Awesome tune written by Bruce for her to record!
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