And I Am Telling You Whitney Houston, Whitney Houston

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Kent from Greensburg, PaThis would have been a perfect song for the late Whitney Houston”s voice.Gayle from Napa, CaI actually think jennifer Hudsons version is better although Jennifer Holliday is so powerfulsee more comments

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