Mary Susan Applegate

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Mary Susan Applegate
Birth name Mary Susan Applegate
Also known as Mary S. Applegate
Origin America[1]
Occupation(s) Poet / Songwriter
Associated acts Air Liquide, Jennifer Rush, Celine Dion, Laura Branigan, Air Supply, Fits of Gloom, Lizzy Mack, Buranovskiye Babushki, No Mercy

Mary Susan Applegate is an American poet[1] who co-wrote the Jennifer Rush song The Power of Love[2] and the Buranovskiye Babushki song Party for Everybody.[3]

She also co-wrote No Mercy's song "Please Don't Go" , as well as Belarusian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2016: "Help You Fly", by Ivan. Earlier lyrics includes "Do You Wanna" from the 1st album (1985) of Germany's most successful pop-duo Modern Talking co-written with Dieter Bohlen.

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