|"Never a Time"|
|Single by Genesis|
|from the album We Can't Dance|
|Released||11 November 1992|
|Genesis singles chronology|
"Never a Time" is the fifth track from the Genesis album We Can't Dance . This song, a ballad,was released as the fifth single from the album, and reached No. 4 on the US Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart while also peaking at No. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 9 in Canada.
"Building a Mystery" is a song by Sarah McLachlan, from her fourth studio album Surfacing, first released in 1997. At a live performance, Sarah explains the song as being "basically about the fact that we all... have insecurities to hide, and we often do that by putting on a facade." She also goes on to say that "unfortunately, if we just be who we are, that's usually the more attractive and beautiful thing".
"I Will Remember You" is a song written by Sarah McLachlan, Séamus Egan and Dave Merenda. The original inspiration came from Seamus Egan's instrumental song, "Weep Not for the Memories", which appeared on his album A Week in January (1990). McLachlan and Merenda added lyrics and modified the melody for her version. The song first appeared on the soundtrack for the movie The Brothers McMullen in 1995 and was released the same year, when it peaked at number 65 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 10 in Canada. It was also featured on McLachlan's 1996 remix album, Rarities, B-Sides and Other Stuff. The Rarities version of the song has three verses, the first of which is omitted during live performances, as heard on her 1999 album Mirrorball.
"Bailamos" is a single by Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias sung in Spanglish. It was released in 1999 as part of the soundtrack to the film Wild Wild West (1999), and later as the lead single from his fourth and debut English-language album Enrique (1999). It was Iglesias' debut English-language single and was commercially successful, reaching the number-one spot on the Spanish Singles Chart and the US Billboard Hot 100, as well as becoming a top-three hit in Canada, Hungary, New Zealand, Norway, and Sweden. In New Zealand, it was the second-most-successful single of 1999.
"Jesus He Knows Me" is the second track on the 1991 Genesis album We Can't Dance and its fourth single. The song is a satire of televangelism, released in a period when several televangelists such as Jimmy Swaggart, Robert Tilton and Jim Bakker were under investigation for promising financial success to their listeners, provided they sent money to them. The song reached No. 10 in Canada, No. 20 in the United Kingdom and No. 23 in the United States.
"In Too Deep" is the fourth track on the 1986 Genesis album Invisible Touch. It was released as the second single from the LP in the UK and the fifth single in the US. The single was a success in America during the summer of 1987; it reached the No. 3 spot on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, and the No. 1 spot on the Adult Contemporary chart. The song was only performed live during the 1986 North American legs during the Genesis 1986/1987 Invisible Touch world tour. An October 1986 performance of the song was included on the 1992 live album The Shorts.
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"When a Man Loves a Woman" is a song written by Calvin Lewis and Andrew Wright and first recorded by Percy Sledge in 1966 at Norala Sound Studio in Sheffield, Alabama. It made number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B singles charts. Singer and actress Bette Midler recorded the song 14 years later and had a Top 40 hit with her version in 1980. In 1991, Michael Bolton recorded the song and his version peaked at number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 chart and the Billboard Adult Contemporary Singles chart.
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"Fly Like an Eagle" is a song written by Steve Miller for the album of the same name. It went to number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart during the week of March 12, 1977. The single edit can be found on Greatest Hits (1974–1978). The song has an unusually mellow and "dreamy" feel. It is usually played in tandem with "Space Intro", but the song also segues into "Wild Mountain Honey".
"Send Me a Lover" is a single performed by Taylor Dayne, written by Rick Hahn and George Thatcher, and released on September 6, 1993 from her Soul Dancing album. In the United States, it peaked at number 50 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 19 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks. In Canada, "Send Me a Lover" reached number 24 on the Top Singles chart and number 8 on the Adult Contemporary chart.
"We Just Disagree" is a song recorded by English singer-guitarist Dave Mason, written by Jim Krueger.
"Sweet Surrender" is a song by Canadian artist Sarah McLachlan. It was released in September 1997 as the second single from her multi-platinum album Surfacing. The song peaked at number two in Canada and number 28 on the US Billboard Hot 100.
"When You Love a Woman" is a song by American rock band Journey. It is the third track from their 10th studio album, Trial by Fire (1996), and was released as the lead single from that album in September 1996.
"The Mummers' Dance" is a song written, composed, and performed by Canadian Celtic fusion singer Loreena McKennitt, released as a single from the album The Book of Secrets in 1997. The song refers to the seasonal mummers' play performed by groups of actors, often as house-to-house visits. Its lyrics indicate a springtime holiday.
"Both Sides of the Story" is a song performed by Phil Collins and was released in 1993 as the lead single from his fifth album Both Sides, released the same year. The song reached number seven on the UK Singles Chart but only reached number 25 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It charted the highest in Canada, peaking at number two on the RPM Top Singles chart. Although not a major commercial success, it won acclaim from some critics.
"Hero" is a single performed by David Crosby from his third studio album Thousand Roads. The recording features Phil Collins, who produced it, co-wrote the song with Crosby, sang backing vocals and also played drums, keyboards, and drum machine. It is not, however, a duet, as Crosby sings lead throughout, while Collins is only heard vocally at occasional points on harmony.
"Simple Life" is a song written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin and was the fourth single release from John's 1992 album, The One. "Simple Life" was John's thirteenth number one on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, spending three weeks at the number-one spot, and reached number thirty on the Billboard Hot 100. It also peaked at number three on Canada's RPM Top Singles chart and topped the RPM Adult Contemporary chart for three weeks. This song's appearance in the US top 40 set a record, as John had achieved a top-forty hit for 24 consecutive years, breaking the old record of 23 years set by Elvis Presley in 1977.
"When She Cries" is a song written by Sonny LeMaire and Marc Beeson, and recorded by American country music group Restless Heart. It was released in August 1992 as the first single from the album Big Iron Horses, the band's first album not to feature lead singer Larry Stewart. In his place, drummer John Dittrich sings lead.