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Eunice Moseley

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(All songs produced by Steve Lewis, Ivory Pen Productions)

"Good Morning Heartache" by Eunice

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Originally recorded by Jazz singer Billie Holiday on January 22, 1946.

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Born Eleanora Fagan, Billie Holiday was raised in Baltimore and became a Jazz legend, Ms Lady Day.

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"Good Morning Heartache" (Decca Rec) is written by Irene Higgenbotham, Ervin Drake, and Dan Fisher

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Diana Ross covered Holiday in the biopic, Lady Sings the Blues in 1972, starring Billy Dee Williams.

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The film is loosely based on Billie Holidays' 1956 autobio, Ladys Sings the Blues.

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Diana Ross is known for reviving the Jazz hit.

"Color of the Wind" by Eunice

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"Colors of the Wind" by composer Alan Menken and lyricist Stephen Schwartz

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It was the 1995 Oscar-winner for Best Original Song

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The song is on the soundtrack of the Disney animated feature film Pocahontas.

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Singer/actress Vanessa Williams version at the end credits was successfully released as a single.

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It won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song and a Grammy Award for Best Song Written

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The song poetically presents the Native American viewpoint that the earth is a living entity.

"If You Can See It, and Believe It, You Can Achieve It"

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