All of the Singing-Love Duets had one too many….

First things first, I have some love songs in this post. And ALL of them are sung by duets.

First song is way back from 1984, and its called “HOLD YOU” by Teddy Pendergrass and Whitney Houston.

Sadly, Teddy Pendergrass died on January 13, 2010, and Whitney Houston died on February 11, 2012. No other songs were recorded by this duet.

A Disney duet song is “A WHOLE NEW WORLD” (from the movie ALADDIN in 1992) by Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle, who are both sill alive today.



At least 3 other songs were recorded by this duet, “WITHOUT YOU (in 1987)”, “I CAN’T IMAGINE (in 1991)”, and “TOTAL PRAISE (in 2009)”. “WITHOUT YOU” and “I CAN’T IMAGINE” are shown below.

Another Disney duet song with Peabo Bryson is “BEAUTY AND THE BEAST” (from the movie of the same name in 1991) with Celine Dion. And yes, Celine Dion is still alive today, too.


In case you wondering if any other songs were recorded by this duet, you’d probably believe “SOMEWHERE OUT THERE (in 1986)”, was one of them.

But that’s incorrect. Who REALLY sung this was the duet James Ingram and Linda Ronstadt (who are both still living (Linda Ronstadt has ended her career, however)). To date, there have been no other songs recorded by Peabo and Celine, and also to date I don’t see any plans for that to happen, but you never know.

Well anyway, this guy named Peter Cetera (who is also still living) has recorded many love duets. One of them was with Crystal Bernard (who is also still living) called “FOREVER TONIGHT (in 1995)”.


Another one of them was with Agnetha Faltskog (who is also still living) called “I WANSN’T THE ONE (WHO SAID GOODBYE) (in 1987)”.


The final duet love song video in the post is “LOVE OF ALL TIME (in 2012)” by Shakatak (who are all still living). Shakatak is actually a band of 4, not just one man and one woman.

Shakatak, like I told you, is a band, so of course they’ve made other songs.

That’s it for the love duet post, and I’ll be catching you soon with some more posts and updates.


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