I Adore Mi Amor
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|"I Adore Mi Amor"|
|Single by Color Me Badd|
|from the album C.M.B.|
|Released||July 17, 1991 |
|Label||Giant, Reprise, Warner Bros.|
|Writer(s)||Hamza Lee, Color Me Badd|
|Producer||Hamza Lee & Royal Bayyan|
|Color Me Badd singles chronology|
"I Adore Mi Amor" is the title of a number-one R&B single by group Color Me Badd, released as the second single from their debut album C.M.B. The hit song spent one week at number-one on the US R&B chart. It was also number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart the week of September 21, 1991 for two weeks and spent 20 weeks overall in the list. It also ended the year at number 18 on the annual recap for 1991. In 1992, saxophonist Najee covered the song from the album "Just an Illusion."
US Vinyl, 12" 
- 1 I Adore Mi Amor [U.S.A. Mix] 4:52
- 2 I Adore Mi Amor [Round The Way Mix] 4:27
- 3 I Adore Mi Amor [International Mix] 4:49
- 4 I Adore Mi Amor [T.V. Mix] 4:26
End of year charts
"The Promise of a New Day" by Paula Abdul
|Billboard Hot 100 number one single
September 21 - September 28, 1991
"Good Vibrations" by Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch featuring Loleatta Holloway
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