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Do Right" is a 1980 hit song by Paul Davis from the album "Paul Davis". The song was one of several Gospel-tinged songs to hit the main US charts by September 1980 (Peaked, Adult Contemporary Chart Peaked, AC Year End Chart Terry McMillan covered the song in 1997 with a guest performance from Davis. There are also gospel tinged cover versions from Take 6 and 4Him.
1st track from "Paul Davis" (1980). I'm still as pleasantly surprised today as I was in 1980 that this genteel song-with its unmistakable tip of the hat to Christianity-rose to on the pop charts (and as far as on the US Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks). Great message! I get the distinct impression from reading what his friends have posted about him online that this quiet man from Mississippi, the son of a preacher, slow, calm, and deliberate, who expressed his.
Lyrics to "Do Right" song by Paul Davis: I know that He Gave His life for me Set all our spirits free So I wanna do right Wanna do right Al. .I used to say Love was just a game you play Now I see it in a different way So I wanna do right I got to do right I've got to do right. I never knew I could be holding you But He's making my dreams come true So I wanna do right Want to do right I want to do right. You've got to do right Yes you've got to do right And to be your guiding light But you've got do right And to be your guiding light Listen to the people
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Tracks in release Paul Davis Greatest Hits. Trackname, Key, BPM, Publish date. Artists, Remixers, Label. 1. All The Way (Album Version). 2. Bad Dream (Original Mix). 129 bpm, 4B, Ab major, 1995-05-01, Funk, R&B, 0 12. Paul Davis. 3. Thinking of You (Original Mix). 128 bpm, 12B, E major, 1995-05-01, Funk, R&B, 0 12. 4. I Go Crazy (Original Mix). 141 bpm, 9A, E minor, 1995-05-01, Funk, R&B, 0 12. 5. Ride 'em Cowboy (Original Mix). 141 bpm, 12B, E major, 1995-05-01, Funk, R&B, 0 12. 6. Sweet Life (Original Mix). 99 bpm, 8B, C major, 1995-05-01, Funk, R&B, 0 12.
Album: Miscellaneous. I used to say, love was just game we play Now I see it in a different way So I wanna do right, I've got to do right. I never knew, I could be holding you Well He's making my dreams come true So I wanna do right, wanna do right I wanna do right
Paul Lavon Davis was born in Meridian, Mississippi on April 21, 1948. Davis grew up with a strong interest in music, and began playing in local bands like the Six Soul Survivors and the Endless Chain when he was in his teens. In 1968, Davis' gifts as a tunesmith earned him a gig as a staff songwriter with Mississippi's Malaco Records. After one more album for Bang (1980's Paul Davis, which featured the Top 30 single "Do Right"), Davis signed with Arista Records and cut his most successful album, 1982's Cool Night, which peaked at number 52 on the LP charts and included three hits singles, "Cool Night," "'65 Love Affair" (which was his highest charting single, rising to number.