|"Three's a Crowd"|
|Single by Milira|
|from the album Back Again!!!|
|Released||July 23, 1992|
|Format||CD Maxi single, Promo|
|Milira singles chronology|
"Three's a Crowd" is a song written by Nathaniel Calhoun and recorded by American R&B/soul singer Milira. It was released in 1992, as a single from her 1992 album, Back Again!!! .
|1.||"Three's a Crowd" (Radio Edit)|
|2.||"Three's a Crowd" (Album Version)|
|3.||"Three's a Crowd" (Instrumental)|
|US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs||94|
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