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We Can Work It Out - Chaka Khan



     
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Life is very short
And there's no time
For fussing and fighting
So I'll ask you once againTry to see it my way
Do I have to keep on talking
Until I can't go on
Boy you see it your way
You run the risk of knowing
That our love will soon be gone
We can work it out
We can work it outHear what you're saying
You can get it wrong
And still you think that it's alright
Hear what I'm saying
We can work it out
And when it's straight, we'll say good nightWe can work it out
We can work it outLife is very short
And there's no time

For fussing and fighting
I've have ways thought
That it's a crime
So I will ask you once again
Try to see it my way
Only time will tell if I am right
Or if I am wrong
Boy you see it your way
There's a chance that we might fall apart
Before too longWe can work it out
We can work it outLife is very short
And there's no time, no time
For fussing and fighting
I've have ways thought
That it's a crime (dirty, dirty, dirty, dirty)
So I will ask you once again
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Chaka Khan (born Yvette Marie Stevens; 23 March 1953 - Chicago, Illinois, USA), frequently known as the "Queen of Funk", is a 10-time Grammy Award winning American singer-songwriter who gained fame in the 1970s as the frontwoman and focal point of the funk band Rufus.

In 1964 at the age of 11 she formed her first group, the Crystalettes. While still in high school, she joined the Afro-Arts Theater, a group which toured with Motown great Mary Wells; a few years later, she adopted the African name Chaka Khan while working on the Black Panthers' breakfast program. After quitting high school in 1969, Khan joined the group Lyfe, soon exiting to join another dance band, the Babysitters; neither was on the fast track to success, but her fortunes changed when she teamed with ex-American Breed member Kevin Murphy and Andre Fisher to form Rufus.

Debuting in 1973 with a self-titled effort on the ABC label, Rufus was among the preeminent funk groups of the decade; distinguished by Khan's dynamic vocals, the group earned half a dozen gold or platinum albums.

While still a member of the group in 1978, Khan embarked on a successful solo career. Her signature hits, both with Rufus and solo, include "Tell Me Something Good", "Sweet Thing", "Ain't Nobody", "I'm Every Woman", "I Feel for You" and "Through the Fire".

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