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For Lovers Only is a 1995 covers/pop standards album by The Temptations for the Motown label, something of a sequel to their 1967 album The Temptations in a Mellow Mood. The album features the final recordings of Melvin Franklin, who fell ill during recording and died before the album's release. Franklin was replaced on the tracks he does not sing on by Parliament-Funkadelic's Ray Davis. The first single, "Some Enchanted Evening", reached #40 on the Urban Adult Contemporary charts.
The album was also the final Temptations album for Ali-Ollie Woodson, who would be released from the group by Otis Williams in 1996, after having suffered several bouts of throat cancer.
For Lovers Only was reissued in 2002 with a bonus track, a remix of "Night & Day" as included on the soundtrack to What Women Want.
- "Some Enchanted Evening" (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
- "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face" (Alan J. Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
- "At Last" (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon)
- "Night & Day" (Cole Porter)
- "Time After Time" (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
- "Melvin's Interlude" Isaias Gamboa
- "Life is But a Dream" (Hy Weiss, Raul Cita)
- "What A Difference a Day Makes" (Maria Grever, Stanley Adams)
- "I'm Glad There Is You" (Jimmy Dorsey, Paul Madeira Mertz)
- "South Shell Interlude" Isaias Gamboa
- "That's Why (I Love You So)" (Berry Gordy, Billy Davis, Gwen Gordy Fuqua)
- "For Your Love"/"You Send Me" (Ed Townsend, Sam Cooke)
- "Night & Day" [Remix] (bonus track for 2002 re-release)