I Took A Bullet - Jermaine (2) - Post Whatever (CDr)

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He currently has 1 battle catalogued, which total 39, views. Total Views 39, Total Battles 1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Jermaine disambiguation. Categories : Given names Masculine given names English masculine given names. Or write about sports? We have tools and resources that can help you use sports data.

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My Name Is Jermaine was Jermaine Jackson's first Motown album released after his brothers, the rest of the Jackson 5, had left the label for CBS Records. As pointed out in the top-rated ABC-TV miniseries The Jacksons: The American Dream, Jermaine felt loyalty towards the man, Berry Gordy, and the label, Motown, that had catapulted him and.

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  1. Arranged By [Strings Arrangement] – Don Peake Written-By – Chris Clark (2) Written-By, Arranged By [Strings Arrangement] – Jermaine Jackson: B2: I Miss You So Arranged By [Rhythm & Horns Arrangement] – Gene Page Vocals [Background] – Mona Lisa Young, Oma Drake, Terry Young Written-By – Bertha Scott, Jimmy Henderson*, Sid Robin.
  2. Jul 15,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Jermaine Jackson - Jermaine at Discogs. Complete your Jermaine Jackson collection/5(59).
  3. Jermaine (/ dʒ ər ˈ m eɪ n / jər-MAYN) is a masculine given name of Latin origin, derived from the French given name Germain, which is in turn derived from the Latin given name Germanus, meaning "brother".. The masculine given name Jermaine was popularized in the s by Jermaine Jackson (b. ), a member of the singing group The Jackson Jermaine Gender: Male.
  4. When Jermaine was first incarcerated, he had to leave behind his three children, who were ages 3, 2 and 1 at the time. They grew up and became adults without their father. Jermaine missed out on all of those important, formative moments in their young lives.
  5. Nov 04,  · The Cleveland Browns just cut year-old safety Jermaine Whitehead-- after the guy threatened to shoot, kill and fight several fans on .
  6. Jermaine Jackson A: That's How Love Goes B: I Lost My Love In The Big City: Tamla Motown UK: TMG 15 Dec 7" 3: $2: Jermaine Jackson A: Daddy's Home B: Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little While) Tamla Motown UK: TMG 13 Apr 7" 2: Jermaine Jackson A: The Bigger You Love (The Harder You Fall) B: I'm In A Different World.
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  8. I'll Be Ya Soulja Twizzy Ft Jermaine edit song info pictures delete license Status: Free mp3. Uploaded: 02 Jun 06 mp3 size is MB Genre: HipHop - Alternative Hip Hop Highest charts position: # 45 (, songs currently listed in HipHop) Highest charts position in subgenre: # 1 (55, songs currently listed in HipHop Alternative Hip Hop).

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