About "Got To Give It Up"
"Got to Give It Up" is a song by American music artist Marvin Gaye. Written by the singer and produced by Art Stewart as a response to a request from Gaye's record label that he perform disco music, it was released in March 1977.
Upon its release, it topped three different Billboard charts, including the Hot 100, and became a worldwide success. Gaye sometimes used the song to open his concerts. The song has been covered by several acts.
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- How Sweet It Is (to Be Loved By You)
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- Mercy, Mercy Me (the Ecology)
- You Are Everything
- Midnight Lady
- Ain't That Peculiar
- Cloud Nine
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- Baby, Don't You Leave Me (duet With Kim Weston)
- Heaven Sent You, I Know (duet With Kim Weston)
- For Sentimental Reasons (i Love You)
- If This World Were Mine (duet With Tammi Terrell)
- I Won't Cry Anymore
- Little Darling (i Need You)
- Distant Lover
- Baby Don't You Do It
- Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing
- Too Busy Thinking About My Baby
- Got To Give It Up
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- I'm Your Puppet
- Pretty Little Baby
- Hitch Hike
- Can I Get A Witness?
- Anna's Song
- God Is Love
- Right On
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