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|Single by Quincy Jones|
|from the album The Dude|
|Songwriter(s)||Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil|
|Quincy Jones singles chronology|
"Just Once" is a 1981 single released from Quincy Jones' album The Dude on A&M Records. The song features James Ingram on vocals, and reached number 17 on the Billboard chart in the summer of 1981.
History and composition
On a television program interview, Ingram stated that this song was a $50 demo done by ATV Music, composed by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil. Quincy Jones called back and wanted Ingram to sing on his album.
The song is composed originally in the key of C major. The bridge modulates to the key of A flat major, moves to B major, and finally ends in D major.
The song was featured prominently in the 1982 film The Last American Virgin.
|US Billboard Hot 100|
|US Billboard R&B|
|US Billboard Adult Contemporary Songs|
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