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Sister Act 2 : Back In The Habit : Songs From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1993)
(Music CD)

Call Number CD/FILM-TV/SISTER


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Published: Burbank, CA : Hollywood Records, p1993
Description:  1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in
Language:  English


Song adaptations by Marc Shaiman

Full credits on insert

Compact disc

Performed by Whoopi Goldberg ; with various other artists

The greatest medley ever told (Whoopi and the Ronelles) (4:00) -- Never should've let you go (Hi-Five) (4:30) -- Get up offa that thing ; Dancing in the street (Whoopi and the Sisters) (3:20) -- Oh happy day (theSt. Francis Choir featuring Ryan Toby) (3:53) -- Ball of confusion (that's what the world is today) (Whoopi and the Sisters) (2:26) -- His eye is on the sparrow (Tanya Blount, Lauryn Hill) (4:26) -- A deeper love (Aretha Franklin) (4:05) -- Wandering eyes (Nuttin' Nyce) (3:44) -- Pay attention (Valeria Andrews, Ryan Toby) (4:20) -- Ode to joy (the Chapman College Choir) (1:32) --Joyful, joyful (the St. Francis Choir) (4:18) -- Ain't no mountain high enough (Whoopi and the Cast) (3:04)

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