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From the Album 1. Wild Cookie 2. Prepared 3. Run Run Run 4. Cant Wait 5. Lighthouse 6. Fools Gold 7. Willing (Interlude) 8. Closure 9. You Dont Know 10. Pause (Interlude) 11. Cruisin 12. Say Thank You 13. Back Together 14. Coming To You 15. Jahraymecofasola 16. Beautiful Love

Other Songs 8 Minutes To Sunrise A Long Walk All Cried Out Redux All I And I Heard... And I Heard... (Do You Understand) [Live; Bonus Track] Be Ready Bedda At Home Blessed Born Again Breathe Brotha Cant Explain Can't Explain (42nd Street Happenstance) Celibacy Blues Come See Me Comes To Light Comes to Light (Everything) Comes To The Light Cross My Mind Crown Royal Dear Mr. and Mrs. Record Industry Dear Mr. & Mrs. Record Industry Do You Remember Dreamin Easy Conversation Epiphany Exclusive Exclusively Family Reunion Fatback Taffy Four Women Free Free (Epilogue) Free (Prelude) Free-Prelude Funky for You Gettin In My Way Gettin In The Way Gimme God Bless the Child Golden Good Morning Heartache Gotta Get Up Hate On Me He Loves Me He Loves Me [Lyzel In E Flat] Hear My Call High Post Brotha Holding On Honey Molasses Honey Molassess How It Make You Feel I Adore You I Dont Know I Don't Know (Gotta Have You) I Keep I Keep/Still Here I Think Its Better Im Not Afraid Im Prettier Imagination Imagination/Crown Royal Suite Insomnia Intro: Love to Love Prelude Its Love Jilltro Kingdom Come Le BOOM Vent Suite Let It Be Let Me Light of the Sun [Bonus Track] Light [Piano Mix] Love Rain Love Rain Down Love Rain Head Nod Remix Love Rain (Suite) Love Soul Bounce Love To Love Lovely Day Making You Wait Missing You My Love My Petition Not Like Crazy Nothing Nothing (Interlude) One Is the Magic One Is The Magic Number One Time Only You Pause Quick Rasool Rightness Rolling Hills Running Away Said Enough Say Yes To This Shame Shining Through Show Intro Show Me Slide Slowly Surely So Gone So Gone (What My Mind Says) So In Love Some Other Time Sometimes I Wonder Spring Summer Feeling Still Here hidden track Sweet Justice Talk To Me The Fact Is The Fact Is (I Need You) The Light The Light Of The Sun The Rain The Real Thing The Roots The Roots (Interlude) The Way Thickness True Colors Try Until Then Until Then (I Imagine) Wake Up Baby Wanna Be Loved Watching Me What a Man Whatever When I Wake Up Whenever Youre Around Willing Womanifesto Wondering Why? Wondering Why? (You Don't Talk to Me)
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Jill Scott is an American singer, model and actress. Her 2000 debut, Who Is Jill Scott? Words and Sounds Vol. 1, went platinum. She grew up an only child in a North Philadelphia neighborhood, raised by her mother, Joyce Scott, and her grandmother. Scott was raised as a Jehovah's Witness and attended the Philadelphia High School for Girls. -Wikipedia
Born: April 4, 1972 (age 52)
From: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Height: 5' 6" (1.68 m)
Spouse(s): Lyzel Williams (2001 - 2007)

Genre(s): R&B, soul, neo soul, jazz, quiet storm, hip hop, spoken word
Occupation(s): Singer-songwriter, Model, poet, actress
Active From: 1999-present
Did You Know:
• Jill started the Blues Babe Foundation which helps minority students pay for College expenses.

• She made her cinematic debut in the films Hounddog and Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married? in 2007.

• In Get On Up (2014) she plays the second wife of James Brown.

• She also appeared as the lead role in the BBC/HBO series The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency.

Grammy Award for Best Urban / Alternative Performance - Cross My Mind

“I'm looking at the head of the household, and the house hasn't been run properly for a long time, ... Clinton was the first person ever to make a formal apology to black people for slavery, which was very warm and appreciated. But African-Americans haven't healed at all . The wound is still very open. And seeing the differences in how people live, it just puts salt in it- constantly . Seeing the way we're treated within these United States ... it burns you even more every day.”

“First, it was shock, ... Then depression, and then anger. There were newscasters saying, ‘You've got to get out of here, everybody has to go now,' but nobody thought about the people who didn't have cars. And nobody came to help. Nobody brought food ... the system broke apart.”

“God is ever present. He's in every breath, in every step. He's here, always, always.”

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