Tina Turner Songs

Tina Turner songs

  • 634-5789 (Soulsville, U.S.A.) 634-5789 (Soulsville, U.S.A.)
    "634-5789" is a soul song written by Eddie Floyd and Steve Cropper. It was first recorded by Wilson Pickett on his 1966 Atlantic Records album The Exciting Wilson Pickett. The single reached #1 on the "Black Singles" chart and #13 on the "Pop Singles" chart.
  • Addicted to Love (song) Addicted to Love (song)
    "Addicted to Love" is a song by English rock singer Robert Palmer released in 1986. It became his signature song, thanks in part to a popular video featuring high fashion models. Other artists have since released versions of it.
  • A Fool in Love
    "A Fool in Love" is the debut single for the team of Ike & Tina Turner. Originally written by Ike Turner, the song became the first official single featuring Tina Turner and was the duo's first hit single, released on the Sue Records label in 1960.
  • Afterglow (Tina Turner song) Afterglow (Tina Turner song)
    "Afterglow" is a song recorded by Tina Turner, written and produced by Terry Britten and Graham Lyle. It appeared on her 1986 album Break Every Rule, and featured Steve Winwood on keyboards.
  • Back Stabbers (song)
    "Back Stabbers" is a 1972 song by The O'Jays. Released from the hit album of the same name, the song spent one week at #1 on the Hot Soul Singles chart. It was also successful on the pop charts, peaking at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in October 1972.
  • Back Where You Started Back Where You Started
    "Back Where You Started" is a popular album track and the second single released in the United States by rock/soul singer Tina Turner, from her Platinum-certified Break Every Rule album.
  • Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today) Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today)
    "Ball of Confusion" is a 1970 hit single for The Temptations. It was released on the Gordy label, and written by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong.
  • Be Tender with Me Baby Be Tender with Me Baby
    "Be Tender with Me Baby" is a song by recording artist Tina Turner. Written by Albert Hammond and Holly Knight and produced by Dan Hartman, it was released as a single from Turner's 1989 Foreign Affair album in 1990.
  • Better Be Good to Me Better Be Good to Me
    "Better Be Good to Me" is a hit rock song, written by Mike Chapman, Nicky Chinn and Holly Knight, featured on Tina Turner's fifth studio album, Private Dancer. The song was originally recorded and released in 1981 by Spider, a band from New York City with co-writer Holly Knight as a member.
  • Break Every Rule (song) Break Every Rule (song)
    "Break Every Rule" is a song by recording artist Tina Turner. It was the title track to both Turner's 1986 album of the same name and the name of her 1987-88 "Break Every Rule World Tour". It was released as a single in early 1987 to support the album and the tour.
  • Come Together Come Together
    "Come Together" is a song by the Beatles written primarily by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney. The song is the opening track on the album Abbey Road and was also released as a single coupled with "Something".
  • Complicated Disaster Complicated Disaster
    "Complicated Disaster" is a song that was recorded by rock singer Tina Turner. It is a track from her 2004 greatest hits Compilation: All The Best. The song was released as a promotional single in Europe in 2005.
  • Cose della vita Cose della vita
    "Cose della vita" is a song originally released in 1993 by Eros Ramazzotti. The single's highest chart placing was number 1 in Belgium, number 3 in Spain and number 4 in Italy.
  • Disco Inferno Disco Inferno
    "Disco Inferno" is a song by American disco band The Trammps from their 1976 fourth studio album of the same name.
  • Don't Leave Me This Way (Tina Turner song) Don't Leave Me This Way (Tina Turner song)
    "Don't Leave Me This Way" is a song by American recording artist Tina Turner. It was written and produced by Paul Barry, Mark Taylor and Brian Rawling and originally released in the United Kingdom in 1998 by Emmerdale actress Malandra Burrows.
  • Don't Turn Around Don't Turn Around
    "Don't Turn Around" is a popular song written by Albert Hammond and Diane Warren. It was originally recorded by Tina Turner as the B-side to the single "Typical Male" in 1986.
  • Foreign Affair (Tina Turner song) Foreign Affair (Tina Turner song)
    "Foreign Affair" is a song by recording artist Tina Turner. It was written by Tony Joe White and produced by White and Roger Davies for Turner's 1989 album Foreign Affair.
  • Girls (Tina Turner song) Girls (Tina Turner song)
    "Girls" is a song written by David Bowie and originally recorded by Tina Turner for her 1986 album Break Every Rule. It was released as a single the same year, where it became a top 20 hit in Europe.
  • GoldenEye (song) GoldenEye (song)
    "GoldenEye" is a song performed by Tina Turner, and the eponymous theme song for the 1995 James Bond film, GoldenEye.
  • He Lives in You He Lives in You
    "He Lives in You" is a song written and performed by Lebo M. and his South African Choir for the album Rhythm of the Pride Lands. A shorter version of the song was used for the opening of The Lion King II: Simba's Pride. It is also performed twice in the musical version of The Lion King.
  • Help! (song) Help! (song)
    "Help!" is a song by the Beatles that served as the title song for both the 1965 film and its soundtrack album. It was released as a single in July 1965, and was number one for three weeks in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
  • Hot Legs Hot Legs
    "Hot Legs" is a single by Rod Stewart. Stewart included the song on his 1977 album Foot Loose & Fancy Free. The 1977 single performed moderately well on the United States Hot 100, and well on the UK Singles Chart. In the UK, "Hot Legs" and "I Was Only Joking" charted together as a double A-side.
  • I Can't Stand the Rain (song) I Can't Stand the Rain (song)
    "I Can't Stand the Rain" is a song originally recorded by Ann Peebles in 1973, and written by Peebles, Don Bryant, and Bernard "Bernie" Miller. Other hit versions were later recorded by Eruption and Tina Turner.
  • I Don't Wanna Fight I Don't Wanna Fight
    "I Don't Wanna Fight" is a song performed by recording artist Tina Turner. It was written by the British singer Lulu, her brother Billy Lawrie and Steve DuBerry and first offered to singer Sade, who sent it on to Turner.
  • I Don't Wanna Lose You I Don't Wanna Lose You
    "I Don't Wanna Lose You" is a song by recording artist Tina Turner. It was written by Albert Hammond and Graham Lyle and produced along with Roger Davies for Turner's 1989 album Foreign Affair.
  • I Might Have Been Queen
    "I Might Have Been Queen" is a song written for Tina Turner as the first track on her highly successful Private Dancer album, and later included as a re-mixed version, with slightly altered lyrics in the first verse, on her What's Love Got to Do With It soundtrack album.
  • In Your Wildest Dreams (song) In Your Wildest Dreams (song)
    "In Your Wildest Dreams" is a duet released by Tina Turner and Barry White in 1996, from Turner's album Wildest Dreams. The single's largest success was in Austria where it peaked at #2.
  • It's Gonna Work Out Fine
    "It's Gonna Work Out Fine" is a song written by Rose Marie McCoy and Sylvia McKinney, and released as a single by Ike & Tina Turner in 1961. It is noted for being their first Grammy nominated hit and their second million-selling hit after "A Fool in Love".
  • It's Only Love (Bryan Adams song) It's Only Love (Bryan Adams song)
    "It's Only Love" is a song by Canadian singer and songwriter Bryan Adams, featuring American singer Tina Turner.
  • It Takes Two (Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston song)
    "It Takes Two" is a hit single recorded in late 1965 by Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston for Motown's Tamla label.
  • I Want You Near Me I Want You Near Me
    I Want You Near Me is a song by recording artist Tina Turner from her 1991 compilation album Simply The Best, on which it was one of four new recordings. This single, written by Terry Britten and Graham Lyle, and produced by the former, peaked at number 22 in the United Kingdom.
  • Let's Pretend We're Married Let's Pretend We're Married
    "Let's Pretend We're Married" is a song by American musician Prince from his 1982 album 1999. It was the final US single from the album and peaked at #52 in the US.
  • Let's Stay Together (song) Let's Stay Together (song)
    "Let's Stay Together" is a song by American singer Al Green from his 1972 album of the same name. It was produced and recorded by Willie Mitchell, and mixed by Mitchell and Terry Manning.
  • Look Me in the Heart Look Me in the Heart
    "Look Me in the Heart" is a song by recording artist Tina Turner. It was written by Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly and produced by Dan Hartman for her 1989 Foreign Affair. Released as a single in 1990, it reached number 23 on the Irish Singles Chart and number 31 in the United Kingdom.
  • Love Explosion (song)
    Love Explosion is Tina Turner's fourth solo album, released in March 1979 on the EMI label in the UK, Ariola Records in West Germany and United Artists in the United States. It was her second solo album to be released after she left husband Ike Turner and the Ike & Tina Turner Revue.
  • Love Thing Love Thing
    "Love Thing" is a song by recording artist Tina Turner from her 1991 album Simply the Best. The single, which brought Turner back to her rock roots, also included the non-album track "I'm a Lady", written and produced by Terry Britten and Graham Lyle.
  • Missing You (John Waite song) Missing You (John Waite song)
    "Missing You" is a song co-written and recorded by English musician John Waite. It was released in June 1984 as the lead single from his second album No Brakes. It hit #1 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks and on the Hot 100 as well as #9 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Nutbush City Limits Nutbush City Limits
    "Nutbush City Limits" is a semi-autobiographical song written and originally performed by Tina Turner in which she commemorates her rural hometown of Nutbush, Tennessee.
  • One of the Living One of the Living
    "One of the Living" is a 1985 song by Tina Turner. It was one of two songs which Turner recorded for the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, in which she also starred. The single reached number 15 on the American Billboard Hot 100.
  • On Silent Wings On Silent Wings
    "On Silent Wings" is a song by Tina Turner with guest vocals from Sting. Released in April 1996 in support of Turner's Wildest Dreams album, the single performed reasonably well on the U.S. Adult Contemporary music chart, peaking at number 24.
  • Open Arms (Tina Turner song) Open Arms (Tina Turner song)
    "Open Arms" is a song by American recording artist Tina Turner. It was written by Colette van Sertima, Ben Barson and former Kane Gang member Martin Brammer and produced by Jimmy Hogarth for her compilation album All the Best. The track features backing vocals from KT Tunstall and Estelle.
  • Paradise Is Here Paradise Is Here
    "Paradise Is Here" is a song written by Paul Brady and available on his 1987 album Primitive Dance. The song was also recorded by Tina Turner, for her album Break Every Rule, and Cher for her twenty-first album It's a Man's World.
  • Private Dancer (Tina Turner song)
    "Private Dancer" is a song by American recording artist Tina Turner. Initially recorded by British rock band Dire Straits, it was written by the group's lead vocalist Mark Knopfler and produced by John Carter for Turner's fifth solo album Private Dancer.
  • Proud Mary Proud Mary
    "Proud Mary" is a rock song written by John Fogerty and first recorded by his band Creedence Clearwater Revival. The song was released by Fantasy Records as a single from the band's second studio album, Bayou Country, which was released by the same record company in January 1969.
  • River Deep - Mountain High River Deep - Mountain High
    "River Deep – Mountain High" is a 1966 single performed by Tina Turner and credited to Ike & Tina Turner.
  • Samson and Delilah (song)
    "Samson and Delilah" is a traditional song based on the Biblical tale of Samson and his betrayal by Delilah. Its best known performer is perhaps the Grateful Dead, who first performed the song live in 1976, with guitarist Bob Weir singing lead vocals. It was frequently played live by the Dead.
  • Sexy Ida
    "Sexy Ida" is a soul blues song written by Tina Turner and released as a single by Ike & Tina Turner in 1974.
  • Shake a Tail Feather
    "Shake a Tail Feather" is a song originally recorded in 1963 by the Chicago-based group The Five Du-Tones.. A 1967 version by James & Bobby Purify reached #25 on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • Show Some Respect Show Some Respect
    "Show Some Respect" is a song recorded by recording artist Tina Turner. It was written by Terry Britten and Sue Shifrin and released as the sixth single from her fifth solo album Private Dancer.
  • Something Beautiful Remains Something Beautiful Remains
    "Something Beautiful Remains" is a single released by Grammy Award-winning singer Tina Turner in 1996 on Tina's Wildest Dreams album.
  • Steamy Windows Steamy Windows
    "Steamy Windows" is a song by Tina Turner. It was included on Turner's 1989 Foreign Affair album and released as the album's second single in November 1989, and third single in the United Kingdom and Ireland in February 1990.
  • Teach Me Again Teach Me Again
    "Teach Me Again" is a single that was released in 2006 by the Grammy Award-winning rock singer Tina Turner and Italian pop singer Elisa. The song was recorded for the film All the Invisible Children.
  • Tearing Us Apart Tearing Us Apart
    "Tearing Us Apart" is a song recorded by English blues rock guitarist and singer Eric Clapton on his 1986 album August, produced by Phil Collins. The song was about "the committee", the group of Pattie Boyd's friends whom Clapton blamed for coming between Pattie and him.
  • The Acid Queen The Acid Queen
    "The Acid Queen" is a song written by Pete Townshend and is the ninth song on The Who's rock opera album Tommy. Townshend also sings the lead vocals. The song tells the attempts of Tommy's parents to try to cure him. They leave him with a gypsy, a self-proclaimed "Acid Queen".
  • The Best (song) The Best (song)
    "The Best" is a song written by Mike Chapman and Holly Knight, originally recorded by Bonnie Tyler on her 1988 release Hide Your Heart. The single reached number 10 in Norway and number 95 in the United Kingdom.
  • The Bitch Is Back The Bitch Is Back
    "The Bitch Is Back" is a rock song by Elton John, written with lyrics from Bernie Taupin. It was the second single released from his 1974 album Caribou, and reached number 1 in Canada, number 4 in the United States and number 15 in the United Kingdom.
  • Tonight (Iggy Pop song) Tonight (Iggy Pop song)
    "Tonight" is a song written by David Bowie and Iggy Pop for the latter's second solo studio album, Lust for Life, released in 1977. The song was later made into the title-track for Bowie's own album Tonight.
  • Two People (song)
    "Two People" is a song by recording artist Tina Turner. It was written by Terry Britten and Graham Lyle, with production helmed by the former, and released as the third single from her sixth solo album Break Every Rule.
  • Typical Male Typical Male
    "Typical Male" is a song recorded by American singer Tina Turner. It was written by Terry Britten and Graham Lyle and produced by the former for Turner's studio album Break Every Rule.
  • Unfinished Sympathy Unfinished Sympathy
    "Unfinished Sympathy" is a song by English trip hop group Massive Attack, released under the temporary group name Massive.
  • Up in Heah
    Up In Heah or "Up In Hell" is the title of an Ike and Tina Turner song.
  • Way of the World (Tina Turner song) Way of the World (Tina Turner song)
    "Way of the World" is a song by recording artist Tina Turner from her 1991 compilation album Simply The Best. One of four new songs recorded for the album, it became a top 20 hit in most European countries, including number 12 in both Austria and Ireland, and number 13 in the United Kingdom.
  • We Don't Need Another Hero (Thunderdome)
    "We Don't Need Another Hero" is a 1985 song by Tina Turner. It was featured in the 1985 film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome which starred Turner and Mel Gibson. The song was written by Terry Britten and Graham Lyle.
  • Whatever You Need Whatever You Need
    "Whatever You Need" is a song by American recording artist Tina Turner. It was written by Russ Courtenay and Harriet Roberts and released as the second single from Turner's 1999 Twenty Four Seven album in 2000.
  • Whatever You Need (Tina Turner song)
    "Whatever You Need" is a song by American recording artist Tina Turner. It was written by Russ Courtenay and Harriet Roberts and released in 2000 as the second single from Turner's album Twenty Four Seven.
  • Whatever You Want (Tina Turner song) Whatever You Want (Tina Turner song)
    "Whatever You Want" is a song performed by American recording artist Tina Turner.
  • What's Love Got to Do with It (song) What's Love Got to Do with It (song)
    "What's Love Got to Do with It" is a song recorded by the American singer Tina Turner, released in 1984. It was taken from her fifth solo album, Private Dancer and became Turner's most successful single.
  • What You Get Is What You See What You Get Is What You See
    "What You Get Is What You See" is a song by recording artist Tina Turner from her album Break Every Rule.
  • When the Heartache Is Over When the Heartache Is Over
    "When The Heartache Is Over" is a song by American recording artist Tina Turner. Written by Graham Stack and John Reid for her album Twenty Four Seven, it was released as the album's leading single in mid-to late 1999.
  • Whole Lotta Love Whole Lotta Love
    "Whole Lotta Love" is a song by English hard rock band Led Zeppelin.
  • Why Must We Wait Until Tonight Why Must We Wait Until Tonight
    "Why Must We Wait Until Tonight" is a song performed by recording artist Tina Turner from for her 1993 What's Love Got to Do with It soundtrack album. The track was written and produced by Bryan Adams and Robert John "Mutt" Lange and peaked at number 16 in the United Kingdom.

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