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9 thoughts on “ One Thing Led To Another - Johnny Kemp - One Thing Led To Another (Vinyl) ”

  1. Oct 12,  · Lyrics of ONE THING LED TO ANOTHER by Johnny Kemp: One thing led to another, Soon we were lost in each other, It was so warm I found in your arms, Best of 5/5(1).
  2. Johnny Kemp (August 2, – April 16, ) was a Bahamian singer, songwriter, and record producer. He began his career as a songwriter in late and is perhaps best known for his solo work, including his single "Just Got Paid" (), which was nominated for a .
  3. Secrets of Flying is the second and final album released by Bahamian American singer-songwriter Johnny Kemp. Released at the end of , this album featured two massively successful singles. The first hit from the album was the Grammy-nominated single "Just Got Paid," which cracked the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot in , and went on to.
  4. One thing led to another Soon we were lost in each other It was so warm, I found in your arms Best of friends can be lovers after all I checked the time, it's gettin' late, .
  5. Johnny Kemp Top Songs • #1: "Just Got Paid" • #2: "Birthday Suit" • #3: "Dancin' with Myself" • #4: "Just Another Love" • #5: "One Thing Led to Another.
  6. One Thing Led to Another. Johnny Kemp. From the Album Secrets of Flying (Expanded Edition) out of 5 stars 1 rating. Listen Now Buy song $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to laacerohealimoosrwipanpostsmethwinca.coinfo (US).5/5(1).
  7. + Kemp is not officially credited on the album cover as the lead vocalist on "One Thing Led to Another" or "My Only Want is You." However, given that he is the primary artist and is credited as lead vocalist on all of the other tracks, it seems like a reasonable assumption to make that he sings lead on these two as well. References.
  8. Johnny Kemp (born August 2, , Nassau, Bahamas – April 16, , Montego Bay, Jamaica) was a Bahamian R&B/soul singer. In , he moved to Harlem, New York as a session vocalist-songwriter. Perhaps most noted for the Teddy Riley produced hit "Just Got Paid" on Columbia. Son of vocalist Johnny Kemp (2).

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