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10 thoughts on “ Jermaine Stewart - I Like It

  1. Say It Again Lyrics: Say it again, ooh, baby / Please say it one more time for me / I don't believe I heard you right / Did you say you love me? Mmm-hmm / (Ooh-ooh-ooh) / .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I Like It on Discogs.5/5(1).
  3. Jermaine Stewart (September 7, – March 17, ) was an American pop singer, best known for his androgynous image as well as his twin dance pop hits: "The Word Is Out", from his debut album of the same name, and "We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off", from 's 'Frantic Romantic'. Born in Columbus, Ohio to parents Ethel M. Stewart and Eugene Stewart, Jermaine .
  4. Jermaine Stewart, Soundtrack: Zack and Miri Make a Porno. Jermaine Stewart was born on September 7, in Columbus, Ohio, USA. He died on Occupation: Soundtrack, Actor.
  5. A list of lyrics, artists and songs that contain the term "i like it by jermaine stewart" - from the chartgenie.netinfo website.
  6. The Word Is Out is the first album by Jermaine Stewart, released in It includes "The Word Is Out", his first major single and first to enter the chart. Track listing "The Word Is Out" () (Stewart, Mikey Craig) "I Like It" () (J. David, Julian Stewart Lindsay, Stewart)Genre: R&B/Soul, dance-pop.
  7. Jan 28,  · Released in Spring , "Say It Again" was the third album for Jermaine Stewart, following the stellar "Frantic Romantic", which of course gave him a big taste of commercial success in the form of a Top Five single, the abstinence-promoting "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off"/5(11).
  8. Jermaine Stewart – I Like It – Official Music Video. The song was written by J. David, Julian Stewart Lindsay and Jermaine Stewart. It was released as the second single from Stewart’s album “The Word Is Out”.
  9. Jun 08,  · Jermaine Stewart had this voice that could break you down and build you back up at the same time. He made me feel his heart and made me feel that I was okay in being chartgenie.netinfo: Morgxn.
  10. Apr 17,  · His biggest hit was the safe-sex anthem "We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off". He continued recording until when what was to be his final album Jermaine Stewart - Set Me Free had its release canceled by Reprise Records though the 12" single of the title song was issued. He was recording songs for another album several years before.

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