“If You Asked Me To” is a song written by American songwriter Diane Warren. It was originally recorded by American singer Patti LaBelle for her ninth studio album Be Yourself (1989), and also for the soundtrack to the James Bond film, Licence to Kill. The lyrics are from the point of view of a woman who pleads to her significant other: “If you asked me to, I just might change my mind, and let you in my life forever”. Three years later, Canadian singer Celine Dion covered the song for her 1992 self-titled second English-language studio album. Released as the album’s second single, Dion’s version topped the Canadian charts and peaked at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Celine Dion is the eleventh studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, and her second English-language album. It was originally released by Columbia Records on 30 March 1992, and features the Grammy and Academy Award-winning song “Beauty and the Beast”, and other hits like “If You Asked Me To” and “Love Can Move Mountains”. The […]
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