Cheryl Lynn

Lynda Cheryl Smith (born March 11, 1957), known better by her professional name Cheryl Lynn, is a female African-American disco, R&B and soul singer known best for her 1978 disco song, "Got to Be Real".

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Cheryl Lynn (album)
... Cheryl Lynn is singer Cheryl Lynn's self-titled 1978 debut album ... It was released on the Columbia label and featured her debut hit "Got to Be Real" ...
Cheryl Lynn (album) - Track Listing
... Got to Be Real" – (Cheryl Lynn, David Paich, David Foster) 509 "All My Lovin'" – (Cheryl Lynn) 450 "Star Love" – (John Footman, Judy Weider) 727 "Come in from the Rain" – (Carole Bayer Sager, Melissa ... Cheryl Lynn) 339 "Nothing You Say" – (Cheryl Lynn) 358 "You're the One" – (Cheryl Lynn, John Footman ) 410 "Daybreak (Storybook Children)" – (David Pomeranz, Spencer Proffer) 344 ...
If This World Were Mine
... Fifteen years after the original recording, Luther Vandross and Cheryl Lynn re-recorded it for her album Instant Love and made the song a R B top five smash peaking at number four in 1982 ... Groove Remix)" Book Category Portal Cheryl Lynn Studio albums Cheryl Lynn In Love In The Night Instant Love Preppie This 1960s R B/soul music song-related ...

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