Celine Dion

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Eligible since: 2015 (The 2016 Induction Ceremony)

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Will Celine Dion be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
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Celine Dion has no chance. She has zero rock credibility unlike some other pop stars who have sold lots of records. If she were ever nominated, I think Celine would be as mystified as everyone else in the world.

Posted by c.w. on Wednesday, 02.28.07 @ 18:34pm


I hope this never happens but I'm surprised every year.

Posted by AZ Dave on Sunday, 03.4.07 @ 10:48am


She's actually been eligible since last year, if you count her Canadian debut in 1981. However, she has no shot, so it won't matter anyway.

Posted by ajowoods on Sunday, 06.3.07 @ 22:35pm


Despite her immense talent, she's had little to no influence or major impact that makes her worthy of induction. Yes, she's popular, but she hasn't been influential.

Whitney & Mariah made it possible for Celine. They shouldbe inducted instead. Though I wouldn't mind seeing Celine inducted, I seriously doubt it. En Vogue stands a better chance because they were influential. Unfortunately, I can't say the same about Celine.

Posted by Michael H. on Friday, 06.8.07 @ 22:07pm


will you morons stop saying to pop artist YOUR NOT ROCK. who cares the rock hall doesn't discriminate

Posted by martin on Friday, 09.14.07 @ 11:34am


Definitely not. She's part of the Mariah group: Lots of records sold but no significance or impact. Her and Mariah can't get in on their voices alone because it's common knowledge that Whitney Houston paved the way for them so If they choose a vocalist, it will be her. Also both Mariah and Celine oversing and have zero emotion/soul. Thats what keeps them off the level of Aretha/Gladys/Whitney/Ella league.

Posted by Rene on Friday, 09.21.07 @ 17:40pm


Well, She's not Madonna.
But they are related genetically speaking.

Posted by Jason on Friday, 12.14.07 @ 21:29pm


Music Hall of Fame-Yes

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
NO!

Posted by SSR on Thursday, 02.28.08 @ 17:46pm


Somebody please kill me if this should ever happen.

The only hall of fame she belongs in is the Noise Pollution Hall of fame. Selling 20 billion records doesn't prove a goddamn thing, it only shows us how many morons there are in this world.

Posted by denyo on Thursday, 03.27.08 @ 17:55pm


well said denyo

She belongs in the Noise Pollution Hall of Fame

Posted by Keebord on Wednesday, 08.27.08 @ 11:07am


Technically she's one of the most skilled pop singers ever-- even if she is not exactly the most feeling-full singer around. She is certainly rock and roll in the sense that she is not country, jazz, folk, Broadway or classical. I would vote for her if I was on the committee.

Posted by Timothy Horrigan on Wednesday, 11.12.08 @ 18:37pm


Timothy left out the part where Celine Dion can't sing

Posted by Fauxhawk on Wednesday, 11.12.08 @ 18:44pm


I think that Celine should be part of the Rock and Roll of Fame. Do you know when she started singing? She started singing since 1980. That's how long that she started singing. I read from my Celine book that she wanted to be famous like Michael Jackson. That was her dream come true. Now it is true that she becomes famous just like Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston.She won 96 in total of her awards.I think that Celine deserve to be the part of the Rock and Roll of Fame. She DESERVE it.Nobody can't say any negative about Celine.She should be part of the Rock and Roll of Fane.

Posted by Monique Moy on Sunday Dec 7 @ 9:08

Posted by Monique on Sunday, 12.7.08 @ 22:06pm


She should be inducted because she sold the most records of any female singer in history beating out Madonna by a landslide. In addition she is a philanthropist and contributed millions to charity.

Posted by Rika on Thursday, 03.26.09 @ 19:32pm




She should be inducted because she sold the most records of any female singer in history beating out Madonna by a landslide. In addition she is a philanthropist and contributed millions to charity.

Posted by Rika on Thursday, 03.26.09 @ 19:32pm


I don't know if she is really rock but she can sure sing,,!!!!

Posted by mrxyz on Thursday, 03.26.09 @ 20:38pm


"She should be inducted because she sold the most records of any female singer in history beating out Madonna by a landslide"

No she never sold more, Madonna has sold 300 million records worldwide, albums and singles, Celine around 210 million records. So Madonna has sold 90 million records more

Posted by Kolcemar on Friday, 03.27.09 @ 11:55am


Sure. Put her in. The hall needs someone to wipe their ass with.

Posted by Ralph Wiggham on Friday, 03.27.09 @ 14:33pm


How the hell does she have a 15% chance of making it??

Posted by Brian on Thursday, 06.18.09 @ 19:24pm


I think the hall is opening a "Screeching Hag" wing... When American Idol had her singing "If I Can Dream" alongside Elvis, it really showed how inadequate she is as a singer...compared to Elvis, anyway.

Posted by Gitarzan on Thursday, 06.18.09 @ 19:29pm


The only good thing I have to say about Celine Dion is that at least she doesn't seem to have fanatical zombie fans like Madonna

Posted by Keebord on Thursday, 06.18.09 @ 20:29pm


"She should be inducted because she contributed millions to charity" - Rika

This is one of the dumbest comments I've heard in a long time. If this was even remotely true then Warren Buffet or Bill Gates should be locks for induction. Heck, I, Keebord could even be inducted. Maybe even you Rika!

Posted by Keebord on Thursday, 06.18.09 @ 20:36pm


Someone mentioned that Celine Dion has sold 210M records which is wrong as Sony said in 2007 that she had sold more than 200M albums and now since her releases of Taking Chances and her compilation is is about 206M, maybe even more if her other albums have sold more over the years. That's not taking into account her single sales.
Celine should be inducted because her voice is unbelieveable, her success can not be denied and she has had influence over the more recent artists such as Leona Lewis etc. She's one of the legendary record artists of our time.

Posted by celine;D on Monday, 07.6.09 @ 08:38am


Celine Dion is as legendary as a dipper...

Posted by Cervet on Monday, 07.6.09 @ 08:57am


I heard Madonna sold 250 million albums and over 150 million singles globally...

Posted by Cervet on Monday, 07.6.09 @ 09:09am


It should be Celine Pee-on!!

Posted by Bluntman on Monday, 07.6.09 @ 14:49pm


celine dion has had 42 no 1 hits worldwide, and has the award for being the biggest selling artist in music history, look it up, not madonna, celine has 7 grammys 2 oscars, and over 10000 music awards, so dont be jealous, she dosent even need to be inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame , who cares, not to mention she has embarked on a huge world tour 2008/2009 which incidentially is no 1 accross the world, breaking box office records again, has an extremely successful fragrance line, has a hugely loyal fan base. has the best voice, and is much more inportant to music, she has entertained millions, has had huge success. has a flawless voice, and is a stunning looking woman
you go celine

Posted by daniel on Friday, 09.25.09 @ 17:04pm


I liked the late 80s early 90s look of Celine Dion. Not much make up. She was actually cute. She looked like someone you could hang out with, like Tiffany. I liked her songs If There Was Any Other Way, Where Does My Heart Beat Now and Nothing Broken. That was it. It was all Hollywood after that.

Posted by Roy on Thursday, 12.17.09 @ 04:39am


Innovative? Nope. Influential? Not that I know of. Impact? Well, I don't hear anyone else singing dull pop or ballads with little in the way of backing instruments, do you? I'm not a hater, but there is nothing to indicate that she belongs.

Posted by Sam on Saturday, 02.20.10 @ 15:54pm


How could anyone think that Celine Dion wouldn't be inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? She has sold over 250 million albums, her music is adored by millions of fans around the world and she has the voice of a goddess. How could you say that she has not influenced anyone? There are millions of girls trying to sing the high notes like Celine. And has anyone seen "American Idol" for the past 9 seasons? Contestants are performing her songs and judges are comparing new talent to Celine.

It's fine if you don't like her music, but to say that she has no impact on the music industry is just wrong.

Posted by TT on Tuesday, 03.16.10 @ 02:44am


"voice of a goddess"

Technically, the harpies are not goddesses.

Posted by Ralph on Tuesday, 03.16.10 @ 08:05am


Nobody's denying her popularity, the problem is what style does she fit in? She doesn't fit into any of the guitar-based styles, she's not soul, she's not blues, she's not jazz she's not R&B, she's not hip-hop; she's just pop (Frank Sinatra was just a pop singer, and he's never come close to being inducted.) Just because my countryman in Simon Cowell likes her does not make her influential; the fact that people perform her music could just mean they like her. Her massive popularity could get her in, or the fact that she's just pop and doesn't fit any particular rock 'n' roll stylings could hold her back (the same thing that kept ABBA out for so long, and their impact on the music industry is even bigger.) We'll see which way the Commitee leans, but what Phillip, Ralph and I were saying was that she doesn't really have the credentials.

Posted by Sam on Monday, 03.22.10 @ 19:46pm


Ralph – if you ask any respected vocal teacher about Celine’s vocal ability, they will tell you her range, control, pitch, and tone are perfect. Her voice is her instrument, and she is able to interpret songs like no artist can do. I respect that you don’t like her, but your comments are not backed by any facts and they do not add any positive criticism to the topic.

Sam- THANK YOU for your comments. Even though we may not agree, I can still respect your comments because they backed by reason. It is nice to have a mature conversation with someone on-line.
I agree that Celine is mainly a pop artist, and pop artists normally do not get inducted. However, if ABBA, Bee Gees, Beach Boys and Brenda Lee can be inducted, then so can Celine. Even if she is not inducted, she is loved by millions of fans around the world.

Posted by TT on Tuesday, 04.13.10 @ 00:03am


Nice talking to you, and I can address those points. Bee Gees were one of the main disco bands, and a major influence on it (I think.) ABBA put Sweden on the popular music map, and I believe their production techniques were influential. The Beach Boys were one of the main surf-rock bands, and as much as I despise Pet Sounds (the most overrated album of all time from a musical perspective; sue me,) it was influential. At the very least, it influenced the Beatles' directions on Sgt. Pepper, and Sgt. Pepper influenced Electric Ladyland. Brenda Lee: I don't know what they were thinking with that one. Isn't she only remembered for that one Christmas song? As for Celine: She does have a chance due to her popularity (but sales alone shouldn't do it.) She'll have competition first year from Smashing Pumpkins and Mariah Carey. Primus, Alice in Chains, Blur and Kid Rock might compete as well. (AIC and Blur should definitely get in, and Primus maybe should.) Plus, they always induct someone who's been overlooked. Second year, Pearl Jam's a lock, so that's one spot taken. 2017 will be tough, and 2019 could be as well. After that, though, I could see her making it eventually, even though I personally don't agree with it.

Posted by Sam on Tuesday, 04.13.10 @ 17:52pm


The Bee Gees get a bum rap with all the "disco" stigma...when I think of a pure "disco' song, I think of David Naughton's "Makin' It", which was just dreadful. The Bee Gees, along with some other artists that got stuck with that label, did some great songwriting (ever look at the lyrics of "Staying Alive"? Not exactly "mindless disco") during that time.

From my experience, the people who put it down the most were either people who danced like they had a severe nervous condition, or some other variety of social outcast who couldn't get laid in a mattress factory...

Posted by Gitarzan on Tuesday, 04.13.10 @ 19:14pm


Sam – thank you for your rational comments. I enjoyed reading your perspective. Yes, Celine is not “edgy”, nor is she rock and roll, but she is respected by the music industry for her VOICE. When she performs at the Grammy’s, everyone expects a “power house” performance. At VH1’s Divas, Cher marveled over Celine’s voice. Her voice is also compared to Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey. If they have a chance to make it in the “Rock & Roll Hall of Fame”, then so does Celine.
You mentioned that one of the main reasons why ABBA was inducted was that they put Sweden on the popular music map. The same could be said about Celine. She put Quebec (French Canada) on the popular music map. She came out with her first (French) album in 1981, so that should make her eligible in 2006. I’m not saying she will get inducted right away (few artists like Madonna do). However, I am hoping she will eventually get inducted.

Posted by TT on Wednesday, 04.14.10 @ 00:26am


From my experience, the people who put it down the most were either people who danced like they had a severe nervous condition, or some other variety of social outcast who couldn't get laid in a mattress factory...

Posted by Gitarzan on Tuesday, 04.13.10 @ 19:14pm

HA! That's why I like you dude. I actually am completely square as I can't dance for crap (well, I am a metalhead), though I did get a lap dance in high school when the juniors and seniors hung out once, and I'm 20, so getting laid isn't an issue yet :) Nonetheless, disco was wonderful when done right. New Order (who should be in already) had disco and dance music as part of their sound, and they made great music. And I certainly enjoyed the disco experiments by Queen, The Stones and Blur (though the latter was more disco.)

TT: I wouldn't take this Hall of Shame too seriously. Gitarzan and I have major issues with it, but we post here so we can discuss that and discuss this wonderful artform. I would say Whitney, Mariah, and Celine all have a chance due to their success. Carey is credited with influencing a lot of the modern R'N'B singers (Beyonce, and the like, though I haven't confirmed it), and Houston is considered an influence on them and Mariah. Smashing Pumpkins are a likely induction in 2015, but my preferences for that year are inductions for Alice in Chains and Blur (long shot.) A case could maybe be made for Primus as well...

Posted by Sam on Thursday, 04.15.10 @ 21:05pm


I really loves Celine Dion. I just have 1 question.

In what way you influences others with your talents??

Posted by Ruth mary Juwono on Friday, 05.14.10 @ 00:15am


I don't quite know what you mean, but: When we talk about influence, we're talking about Artist B going in a certain musical direction or adding something to their music because of Artist A, inspiring someone to become a musician, finding a direction because of an artist. To use an easy example, a great many kids picked up guitars for the first time because of The Beatles, and the British Invasion started because The Beatles showed their contemporaries that they could write their own songs; that's the kind of thing we're talking about. If you mean in what way did Celine influence others, I don't know.

Posted by Sam on Friday, 05.14.10 @ 21:41pm


Sorry. I meant to say Blur's dance experiment ("Girls & Boys") was more New Wave than disco.

Posted by Sam on Sunday, 05.16.10 @ 15:36pm


DUH Like this award will even mean anything to Celine.

Off all the Divas out there she is the only one that still has her voice. Not only that sold out concert tours and consecutively been top selling around the world.

Have a little respect for her in that sense. No other pop singer in her generation is still relevant up to this day. Not influential? I beg to disagree, Canadian singers have been uplifted to the world stage thanks partly to her.

In the last decade Celine grossed nearly a billion $ in live performance ticket sales making her the TOP SELLING SOLO ACT for the entire decade. Now that's ROCKIN.

Posted by Ree on Friday, 05.21.10 @ 23:30pm


Let the FACT prevail over Farts, Even the Rolling Stones got edged over by Celine. Now if you continue to dispute that then IDK why the hell any of you keep rejecting her. Maybe coz its of extreme jealousy. Give the lady a break!

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1. Celine Dion, $747.9 million. Dion pulled in $522.2 million in concert-ticket sales for the decade. Adding $225.7 million worth of album sales during those same 10 years, she trumped all comers.

2. Kenny Chesney, $742 million. Close behind Dion was this road warrior, who toured hard and promoted records the old-fashioned way year in and year out. His total includes $455.6 million in concert ticket sales and $286.4 million in album revenue.

3. Dave Matthews Band, $737.4 million. Matthews' decade concert total of $529.1 million put him first on the list of top North American live music attractions of the decade, as calculated by the concert-tracking publication Pollstar. The band posted $208.3 million in album sales.

4. The Beatles, $627.3 million. Although the quartet disbanded 30 years before the decade began, the Beatles still managed to generate $392.3 million from sales of 30.2 million albums (using an average of $13 per album). We folded in the individual box office figures racked up by ex-Beatle Paul McCartney ($221.4 million) and Ringo Starr ($13.6 million), given that their concert audiences consist in large part of Beatles fans. The Fab Four also logged the single bestselling album of the decade, the "1" hits collection, with 11.5 million copies. And counting.

5. U2, $609.7 million. The Irish rock quartet brought in $391 million at the box office and $218.7 million in album sales.

6. Toby Keith, $591.9 million. The second of three country acts in the Top 10, the Oklahoma singer and songwriter logged $273.8 million on the concert trail, $318.1 million from album sales.

7. Bruce Springsteen, $588.3 million. On the road, both with the E Street Band and his various non-E Street tours, the Boss brought in $444.3 million. His album take: $144 million.

8. The Rolling Stones, $569.6 million. The Stones also benefited heavily from touring, earning $426.9 million at the box office in addition to $142.7 million in album sales.

9. Tim McGraw, $550.7 million. Strictly as a solo act, the country singer-songwriter ranks No. 14 on the list. But he toured several times with his wife, Faith Hill, during the decade. California being a community property state, we are awarding him half the revenue those outings generated. So his total includes $322 million in album sales, $133.7 million from his own tours and $95 million for his half of the McGraw-Hill shows.

10. Britney Spears, $494.3 million. Despite a rocky decade personally and professionally, Spears pulled in $195.7 million at the box office and sold $298.6 million worth of albums for the 10-year period.

Posted by Ree on Friday, 05.21.10 @ 23:38pm


Sorry Ree, but criteria for induction is INNOVATION and INFLUENCE and NOT record sales

Tell me something completely new that Celine Dion brought to Rock and Roll and which Rock and Roll artists of SIGNIFICANCE (again, not record sales) she influenced and then I'll consider taking her seriously

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Saturday, 05.22.10 @ 01:34am


She's a screeching banshee...if I were to write a song and wanted to hear it totally and completely "oversung", then I would definitely seek her out! One thing's for sure, if I ever hear "My Heart Will Go On" again, I will most assuredly get physically ill...

Posted by Gitarzan on Saturday, 05.22.10 @ 06:50am


She's just s singer... not a mith or a legend like Mariah Carey.

Mariah writes her own song, has 18 N. 1's singles in the American charts, and was the first artist to mix pop music with r&b and hip hop. Noa a days you see Beyonce, Shakira, Rihanna e other girls singing and dancing around Rappers, because Mariah did it one decade ago.

Watch Amecian Idol; everybody wants to sing Mariah's song, not Celine.

Posted by Luiz on Wednesday, 06.23.10 @ 07:32am


Hi :)

Posted by Proven_k on Saturday, 12.4.10 @ 20:45pm


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"Mariah writes her own song, has 18 N. 1's singles in the American charts, and was the first artist to mix pop music with r&b and hip hop. Noa a days you see Beyonce, Shakira, Rihanna e other girls singing and dancing around Rappers, because Mariah did it one decade ago."
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Yet Jody Watley was doing this a decade BEFORE Mariah. :)

Regardless, this is about Celine. I vote no.

Posted by Marcus on Saturday, 06.18.11 @ 08:28am


I think Celine is best woman and best mather.

Posted by Christ on Saturday, 06.18.11 @ 18:59pm


By 'mather' I assume you mean mother. And that should have zero impact on the RRHOF. I mean, come on.

Posted by Taryn on Sunday, 06.19.11 @ 11:49am


Both Celine Dion and Mariah Carey suffer from lack of major acclaim and neither are considered one of the best, most important artists. So, the Rock Hall will not be looking at either of them seriously.

Posted by JR on Tuesday, 06.21.11 @ 23:27pm


Jodie Watley is not a pop artist and even if she was the only person she would have influenced is Mariah. Mariah Carey undeniabley influenced that movement that even Madonna has followed. MC changed the game ok. Celine just sings. She does nothing else. She doesn't put on a great performance. She has no image
that is duplicated. No vids that ate
referenced. I mean c'mon you guys a powerful voice is not enough to be inducted. Whitney and Mariahs songs have inspired people. MC songs have given biracial people the chance to own their race Celine just sells records which is great, but so does britney spears nuff said!!!!!!!!

Posted by bedtime on Saturday, 02.25.12 @ 00:52am


I love how people forget to average things out Celine Dions has released 22 albums. Madonna has released 29 albums and Mariah has released 15 maybe some of you didn'tvlearn averages, but if yoiu can't do the math I will do it for you. In all honesty who has really sold the most albums considering they have all sold in the ballpark of 200 million. You get my point.

Posted by Patricia on Saturday, 02.25.12 @ 01:24am


People think Celine is not influential when compared to Mariah and Whitney cause:
1) Mariah Carey was the best artist of decade(90s), thus everyone wants to go the best way and says that she influenced them.
2) Whitney Houston has been recording before these divas and is the most awarded female artist. Thus people say her name.
3) They are better selling artists in USA and Americans. And Americans live in their own world and can not consider the influence she has out of America.
4) She makes clean music about pure love and herself believes in it. And does not take drugs or go the X-way like Mariah Carey.
I don't know about great musicians but Celine has surely influenced me and her songs which she though doesn't write herself but sings flawlessly are awe-inspiring to me. Well, I think she has achieved a lot for Canadian And French music. And ya, She is a better performer than Mariah( I like Whitney so can't say negative about her). And u have to be influential to sell 200 million record. So I Say YES!

Posted by Sesha on Tuesday, 03.20.12 @ 16:22pm


People think Celine is not influential when compared to Mariah and Whitney cause:
1) Mariah Carey was the best artist of decade(90s), thus everyone wants to go the best way and says that she influenced them.
2) Whitney Houston has been recording before these divas and is the most awarded female artist. Thus people say her name.
3) They are better selling artists in USA and Americans. And Americans live in their own world and can not consider the influence she has out of America.
4) She makes clean music about pure love and herself believes in it. And does not take drugs or go the X-way like Mariah Carey.
I don't know about great musicians but Celine has surely influenced me and her songs which she though doesn't write herself but sings flawlessly are awe-inspiring to me. Well, I think she has achieved a lot for Canadian And French music. And ya, She is a better performer than Mariah( I like Whitney so can't say negative about her). And u have to be influential to sell 200 million record. So I Say YES!

Posted by Sesha on Tuesday, 03.20.12 @ 16:25pm


"She makes clean music about pure love and herself believes in it. And does not take drugs or go the X-way like Mariah Carey."

who cares whether whitney did drugs or if mariah was a bit racy? dosen't make their music any worse.

Posted by GFW on Tuesday, 03.20.12 @ 17:19pm


@ Marcus: Countless R&B and underground hip hop artists have done it before. None had the clean, all-American, girl-nextdoor image collaborating with a gangster rapper. THAT was revolutionary.

Anyway, as for the Houston-Carey-Dion comparisons:

Houston fits under the R&B category where Darlene Love and Bobby Womack have just entered; Carey, the Hip Hop category, with Run DMC and Grandmaster Flash.

Celine Dion has no place in the Hall.

Posted by genesix on Friday, 03.30.12 @ 12:46pm


Sealion Dyin'?
Pariah Scarey?
Shitney Pukes-some?
None of these wailing banshees should be in the HoF.
Same goes for these rap/hip hop "artists".
Plenty of deserving rock bands out there, hell plenty of deserving, but unrepresented genres.
Where's the prog rock? Heavy metal? Thrash/Speed metal? Even bubblegum rockers like Kiss belong in the HoF before these catterwallin' bimbos or rappers.

Posted by Cat Raped with a Blender on Friday, 01.11.13 @ 16:29pm


many people got influenced by Celine Dion by wanting to sing strong and loud. She has one of the best voices and performance in the world you cant deny that she has a very good control. i personally got influenced by Celine Dion and started singing cuz of her. dont judge her cuz she is not bitchy. loool, and she's also a humble person thats why many people don't like her cuz she's innocent. people want a show off bitchy singer to get influenced by. but celine makes people love to sing from their hearts.

Posted by Amr on Tuesday, 05.14.13 @ 22:19pm


Hater's stop comparing singers to each other by the song's you like personally. i love Whitney, Mariah and Celine they are all have different ways in singing Whitney and celine are the real deal. they realy rock your ear with their voices.

Posted by Amr on Tuesday, 05.14.13 @ 22:26pm


Near...

Far...

Wherever you are...


These days, we have GPS systems... thereby invalidating those lyrics.

Posted by Cheesecrop on Sunday, 05.25.14 @ 06:26am


If There Was Any Other Way * Where Does My Heart Beat Now * Beauty And The Beast * If You Asked Me To * Nothing Broken But My Heart * Love Can Move Mountains * Water From The Moon * When I Fall In Love * The Power Of Love * Misled * Think Twice * To Love You More * It's All Coming Back To Me Now * Because You Loved Me * Falling Into You * All By Myself * My Heart Will Go On * Tell Him * Immortality * I'm Your Angel * That's The Way It Is * A New Day Has Come * I Drove All Night

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 07.29.14 @ 11:12am


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