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Touch Me
by Cathy Dennis

We're starting it over, we're making way for destiny
A time to turn over, a better life for you and me
A new recreation, to channel all this energy, hmmm
Let's solve the equation, I need to keep you close to me
So baby let your conscience go
There's no turning back when love takes hold
Hold me baby, drive me crazy
Touch me all night long
Make me love you, kiss and hug you
Touch me all night long

The more that I see you
The more I know that love belongs
With you in my mind boy
I wouldn't know what's right from wrong

'Cos live will take over
And leave you out of sight and mind
You've got to go with the feeling
And trust fate to be kind
And baby let your conscience go
There's no turning back when love takes hold
Hold me baby, drive me crazy
Touch me all night long
Make me love you, kiss and hug you
Touch me all night long

Hold me baby, drive me crazy
Touch me all night long
Make me love you, kiss and hug you
Touch me all night long

And baby let your conscience go
There's no turning back when love takes hold
Hold me baby, drive me crazy
Touch me all night long
Make me love you, kiss and hug you
Touch me all night long

Repeat to fade

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: Delyle Carmichael, Patrick Adams

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Will Ritter

the early 90s era (1989-1992) was basically the highest evolution of 80s electronic pop music. It was bizarre how the sound of Cathy Dennis/Black Box/CeCe Peniston/Crystal Waters suddenly disappeared, and was replaced in 1993 by the much more acoustic & introspective sound that people today generally associate with 90s music. The early 90s are a unique era separate from the rest of that decade. I wish that sound had lasted longer.

Rob Knight

Early 90s I was off my head with trance! 😂..... Love CD though

Diane Webb

@Segho Jangan Yes Rozalla i mean! Certainly all those are good too.

Segho Jangan

@Diane Webb ow, you mean Rozalla
dunno about Betty Boo
i'm more into M People, BlackBox, Whigfield, Crystal Water, WamqueProject, Gala, DeeLite, Real McCoy and a bit of 2Unlimited
i grew up with them tunes

Diane Webb

@Segho Jangan Yes she is great too. Rossala was good too. Betty Boo also!

clubhead433

In the Black/Latino NJ/NYC deep underground House scene in 1989-1992, granted Cathy Dennis/Black Box/CeCe Peniston/Crystal Waters got major play in those underground clubs....but all these "Pop" Dance artists that everyone is naming in the thread never got any play in those clubs. I think the term "Dance" and "House" has been used rather loosely since the mid-'90s. What is considered "House/Club/Dance" music to one demographic may not be for another. So artists that came of that underground scene (the roots of where it all sprung from) like Jomanda, Bas Noir, Ten City, Fingers Inc, Barbara Tucker & Ultra Nate (they can go back and forth from tunes deep and soulful to Pop Dance....Ultra Nate's "Free" the main mix was a HUGE crossover smash!!!), Blaze, Intense, India, Cassio, Darryl D' Bonneau, Ce Ce Rogers, D'Bora, and the list goes on and on never acquired crossover success. Even though Adeva, Ce Ce Peniston, Crystal Waters all whose signature House tunes were broken first in the Black/Latino deep, soulful underground clubs, they did see major crossover success with different mixes of their tunes to appeal to that "Pop" dance market, however, a lot of the more traditional sounding, soulful "House" artists could never (and maybe will never) achieve that Pop Dance notoriety on the laurels of the "original" sound with that Pop Dance audience. I know it's probably more due to taste as that "sound" just didn't appeal to the Dance Music market at large at the time.

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Lanz22

This lady wrote “Toxic” by Britney. Bow before your Queen.

Nah

@Calvin Dornes It is pretty horrible.

Lanz22

@Alex Swish. Swish. Fish. cool thanks

Alex Swish. Swish. Fish.

She also wrote "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" by Kylie.

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