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In 1981, Robinson topped the charts again with another sensual ballad, "Being with You", which was another number one hit in Cash Box and peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100. It also hit number one in the United Kingdom, becoming his most successful single to date. In 1983, Robinson teamed up with fellow Motown label mate Rick James recording the R&B ballad, "Ebony Eyes". In 1987, following a period of personal and professional issues, Robinson made a comeback with the album, One Heartbeat and the singles, "Just to See Her" and "One Heartbeat", which were Top 10 hits on Billboard's Pop, Soul, and Adult Contemporary charts. They were aided by hugely popular music videos. In 2003, he once again split ties with Motown, releasing the gospel album, Food for the Soul on Liquid 8 Records in 2004.
We have to let go and accept that which we don't like so that we can return to our natural state. We can be distracted from this state and emotions, thoughts and beliefs can take us out of our natural state of being. Happiness is an alternate state, as in would you rather be happy or right? You cannot be both at the same time.
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James' selections are mostly inspired, containing some natural (if obvious) material - like the album's bookends, Betty Wright's "Clean Up Woman" and the Staple Singers' "Let's Do It Again" - and some others that are bound to raise some eyebrows, just from seeing the titles. Womack & Womack's gently swinging "Baby I'm Scared of You" is a highlight, despite the absence of a sparring partner, which lends it a tone that is more serious than the Womacks' typically playful original
|A||Can We Do It Again|
|B1||Feel Like Going On|
|B2||You're The One I'm Dreaming Of|
|ZS4 7122||James Robinson||Can We Do It Again (7", Promo)||Tabu Records||ZS4 7122||US||1987|
|ZAS 2749||James Robinson||Can We Do It Again (12", Promo)||Tabu Records||ZAS 2749||US||1987|
|650902 7||James Robinson||Can We Do It Again (7")||Tabu Records||650902 7||UK||1987|
|ZS4 7122||James Robinson||Can We Do It Again (7")||Tabu Records||ZS4 7122||US||1987|