Téléchargement le album Shanice - Love Is The Gift
Single version of PS2 version "Bouncer" theme song recording.
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- Manufactured By – Victor Entertainment, Inc.
Love is the Gift is a song by American R&B singer Shanice Wilson, released in 2000 on Polydor Records. The song was to be featured on The Bouncer Original Video Game Soundtrack, a single disc, 21-track album published on March 26, 2001 by Tokyopop Soundtrax. The song was co-wrote, co-produced by Narada Michael Walden and Sunny Hilden, also release as a CD maxi-single. Love is the Gift. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Read: OFFICIAL Wilson, a widely respected American RnB singer with a tremendous vocal range, was called on to sing the theme Love Is the Gift. Song by Shanice. from the album The Bouncer Original Video Game Soundtrack. October 22, 2000, 2001. YouTube Encyclopedic. Love Is The Gift. This song is by Shanice. This song is featured in the video game The Bouncer. Are you sending me some kind of sign tonightTrying to tell me you long for me to be alrightI can feel you in this roomLike the sun lights the moon. Memories touch me deep as if you're here with meAre you sending this magic of what used to beCan I send you something tooCause my heart's missing you. Artist: Shanice Wilson, Song: Love Is The Gift, Duration: 6:34, File type: mp3. Shanice Piece of My Love feat Shanice. download 4:26. Shanice Peace In The World. download 4:20. Shanice I Love Your Smile. Shanice lyrics. Browse by album: Every Woman Dreams 2006. Shanice 1999. Ultimate Collection: Shanice 1999. Ways To Grow 1994. Saving Forever for Fun. Tender Kisses. Track listing. US CD Single. Love is the Gift Short Version. Love is the Gift Long Version. Love is the Gift Short Version Instrumental. Love is the Gift Long Version Instrumental. The Gift traces the plot of The Lion King, alternating between songs and dialogue interludes, to weave music into the films narrative structure. With a couple clunky exceptions, each song makes only oblique references to its narrative peg so that it can exist functionally in our world, beyond the scope of the Lion King universe. While Beyoncé is the star, the album also features over 20 artists from the United States, Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, and Cameroon, such that it operates in part as an exercise in cross-pollination, a celebration of diasporic musical currents