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And more Mariah songs!

Since there are so many Mariah Carey songs to choose from, here is a follow up post to Top 10 Mariah Carey Songs and More Mariah songs.

I Still Believe

This is the original version, which appeared on #1's (1998). It was released as a single in 1999. I prefer the Pure Imagination remix (see Top 10 post) but I  like this as well.


Boy (I Need You) feat. Cam'ron

This was the 2nd single from Charmbraclet (2002). It's based on rapper Cam'ron's song Oh Boy.



Someday was released in 1990 and was the 3rd single from Mariah's self titled debut album. I think the single version is a bit different to the album one, at least if it's the same as the version in the official music video. I'd never even heard the other version till I looked it up on YouTube for this post.


Here's a link to the other Someday:

The Beautiful Ones feat. Dru Hill

This is on Butterfly (1997). It's one of my favourite songs on the album. It wasn't released as a single. The Beautiful Ones is a cover of Prince's song.



Prisoner is another song from Mariah Carey (1990). It was never a single either. Mariah raps in this! Click Watch on YouTube to see the lyrics.


Don't Forget About Us

Don't Forget About Us was the fifth single from the re-release of The Emancipation Of Mimi (Ultra Platinum Edition), which was released in November 2005, 7 months after the original album came out. It was the only single from the re-release. I have both versions but prefer the Ultra Platinum Edition because you got more songs on it! lol.

Stay The Night

This track is from The Emancipation of Mimi (both versions). I really like it. :)


I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time feat. T.I.

This was the third single from E=MC2 (2008). T.I. doesn't feature on the album version.


Stay tuned for another post on even more Mariah songs! :)

What makes your Mariah Top 10?


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