It's true, the song becomes a true goodbye song from Whitney, and ironically it's one of her final singles.PosziMC2 wrote:I Look To You Sounds so different now that she is not with us anymore
I agree, very underrated duet from her. The message of the song is greatJSparksFan wrote:This may surprise you but I think "Same Script, Different Cast" may actually be my fave of the batch. It's an underrated gem and an excellent collaboration. The lyrics are great and Whitney's and Deborah's voices harmonize perfectly on the track.
Yes, i love her vocal in this song,very strong, and it's definitely a well-deserved #1 for sure, sadly it's so underrated and overshadowed by many of her other ballads.JSparksFan wrote:"Didn't We Almost Have It All" is epic! Whitney's vocals are just so powerful on the track. A very well-deserved US #1.
Well, i think it wasn't really different compared to It's Not Right But It's Okay, both are midtempo urban jam. I guess it was because of the bad timing.biscuits wrote:Whatchulookinat is ok, but I can see why it flopped. It just wasn't a classic Whitney song.
So true. There will never be any singers who can top Whitney's version of the song.JSparksFan wrote:"I Will Always Love You" will always be Houston's signature song. No one else can sing that song like she does. She put her mark on it and every time a female artist covers this song, they prove that Whitney's version remains unrivalled.
Her death definitely got me more excited into her musicTiger wrote:#8
I Will Always Love You
All The Man That I Need
I only started liking the lower one recently after the tragedy