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Most of All

"Most of All"
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Single by Jody Watley
from the album Jody Watley
Released April 18, 1988
Genre Pop
Length 4:28 (album)
4:16 (single)
Label MCA
Writer(s) Patrick Leonard, Gardner Cole
Producer(s) Patrick Leonard
Jody Watley singles chronology

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"Most of All" is the fifth and final single from Jody Watley's eponymous debut album.

History

"Most of All" was the least successful of the five singles released. It peaked at number sixty on the US pop chart but did find success on the Dance and R&B charts, where it reached numbers eight and eleven, respectively. The single was produced by Patrick Leonard and was co-written by Gardener Cole, both of whom had been involved with Madonna's album, True Blue.

The black and white video was directed by David Fincher.

Charts

Chart (1988) Peak
position
Dutch Singles Chart[1] 90
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 60
U.S. Billboard Hot Black Singles 11
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance/Disco 8

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