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We Belong Together song title page

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1 We Belong Together 11   Mar 1958  
  Robert & Johnny  
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2 We Belong Together   1958  
  Ritchie Valens  
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3 We (Belong Together)   1958  
  The Tones With Al Caiola Orchestra  

4 We Belong Together   Feb 1961  
  The Belmonts  
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5 You're Mine And We Belong Together   1961  
  Jimmy Velvit  

6 We Belong Together   Jan 1964  
  Jimmy Velvet  
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7 We Belong Together   Aug 1966  
  Dee Brown & Lola Grant  
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8 We Belong Together   Oct 1968  
  The Webs  

9 We Belong Together   Aug 1978  
  Susie Allanson  

10 We Belong Together   Feb 1984  
  Tony Joe White  
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11 We Belong Together   Feb 1985  
  Rockie Robbins  

12 We Belong Together   Nov 1986  
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13 We Belong Together 1   May 2005  
  Mariah Carey  
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14 We Belong Together REMIX   Aug 2005  
  Mariah Carey  

15 We Belong Together   Feb 2006  
  Gavin DeGraw  
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We Belong Together was the title of many different popular songs. In 2005, Mariah Carey took the title to number one for five weeks, making her song the biggest song of the year and of the decade.
Previously, in 1958, Johnny Carr, Robert Mitchell, and Sam Weiss, wrote a different We Belong Together; and Carr and Mitchell hit number 11 with it as Robert & Johnny. Popular versions of this tune were later made by Ritchie Valens, The Belmonts, and Jimmy Velvit, who extended the title. Jimmy Velvit was actually James Mullins. To hear the Jimmy Velvit version, click EXTRA under his name, and forward to 2:20. Later, a singer known as Jimmy Velvet, actually Jimmy Tennant, who had previously worked with Jimmy Velvit, remade the song.
Country singer Susie Allanson had another song with the title, which was remade by Carlette. Other songs with this title were all different.

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