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"Will You Love Me Tomorrow" by Carole King with James Taylor, from their 2010 album/DVD Live at the Troubadour; originally released by The Shirelles as a 1960 single, and by Carole King on her 1971 album Tapestry - lyrics by Gerry Goffin, music by Carole King

Carol King and James Taylor singing "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow". Has there ever been a duet that touched our souls as much as these

So Far Away - Carole King & James Taylor (live 1970) / gets me every time!

So Far Away - Carole King on concert grand piano & James Taylor on guitar, with a bass player- live concert in Ahh, they were so young then.

Locomotion - Carole King

Carole King - Locomotion & One Fine Day

The Supremes - Stop In The Name Of Love (Ready Steady Go - 1965), via YouTube.

The Supremes - Stop In The Name Of Love (Ready Steady Go - Our music playlist is going to be off the heezy

Really Love To See You Tonight -- England Dan a.k.a. Dan Seals and John Ford Coley (cuz I'm thinking about somebody I used to think about a lot and these songs were triggers)

I'd Really Love to See You Tonight - England Dan & John Ford Coley 1976

Beautiful People - Melanie

We may never meet again If I weren't afraid you'd laugh at me I would run and take all your hands

James Taylor and Carly Simon singing "Mockingbird."

Pleasure and Promise – Mockingbirds

Carly Simon and James Taylor singing Mockingbird live 1979

Cat Stevens - Morning has broken 1976

Cat Stevens - Morning has broken 1976 Morning has broken, like the first morning Blackbird has spoken, like the first bird Praise for the singing, praise for.

I got: George Jones! Which Classic Country Western Star Is Your Guardian Angel?

Which Classic Country Western Star Is Your Guardian Angel?

George Jones - LIVE "He Stopped Loving Her Today" One of the greatest country songs ever written.

"With or Without You" by U2 - their first number one single has had various interpretations as to what the song lyrics mean; I don't know what they mean, I just know it was a classic

"With or Without You" by - this song reflects (in my mind anyway) how the antagonist in feels.

Pink - live in NYC - Dear Mr President -

Pink - live in NYC - Dear Mr President - Flash Mob last song

England Dan and John Ford Coley - I'd Really Love to See You Tonight - Nights Are Forever Album - YouTube

I'd Really Love to See You Tonight - 1976 - England Dan & John Ford Coley. England Dan later was the same Dan Seals of the duo Seals & Croft.

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