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What Comes Naturally

What Comes Naturally
Sheena Easton
Released 1991
Genre Pop, New Jack Swing
Label MCA Records
Producer Ric Wake, Vassal Benford, Ian Prince, Denny Diante, Oliver Leiber, Brent "Epic" Mazur & Richard Wolf, Nick Mundy
Sheena Easton chronology

The Lover in Me
What Comes Naturally
No Strings
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 1/5 stars[1]

What Comes Naturally is singer-songwriter Sheena Easton's 10th studio album, released in 1991 on MCA Records. The album includes her final United States Top 40 hit to date, "What Comes Naturally" (US #19, UK #83, Australia #4) which remained on the pop chart for 10 weeks. Other singles released were "You Can Swing It" and, "To Anyone" both which failed to chart. The album charted in the United States at #90. Easton is the co-writer on three tracks on the album. Easton is one of the few artists to adopt the New Jack Swing sound from the early 90's with success.

Track listing

No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "What Comes Naturally"  Antonia Armato, Gina Go-Go, Nick Mundy 4:32
2. "If You Wanna Keep Me"  Vassal Benford, Ronald Spearman, Ellis Jay 4:34
3. "You Can Swing It"  Brent "Epic" Mazur, Richard Wolf 4:08
4. "The First Touch of Love"  Sheena Easton, Ian Prince 4:34
5. "Forever Friends"  Oliver Leiber, Jeff Lorber 4:26
6. "The Next Time"  Sheena Easton, David Frank 4:10
7. "Manic Panic"  Ian Prince, Siedah Garrett 4:40
8. "Somebody"  Ian Prince 4:38
9. "Time Bomb"  David Frank, Martin Brammer 4:16
10. "Half a Heart"  Sheena Easton, Oliver Leiber, Derek Bramble 4:05
11. "To Anyone"  Dennis Matkosky, Matthew Wilder 4:57


Year Single Chart Position
1991 "What Comes Naturally" US Billboard Pop #19
1991 "What Comes Naturally" US Hot 100 Airplay #19
1991 "What Comes Naturally" US Hot Dance Club Play #39
1991 "What Comes Naturally" US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs #39
1991 "What Comes Naturally" US Hot Singles Sales #18
1991 "What Comes Naturally" US Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales #13
1991 "What Comes Naturally" New Zealand Singles Chart #12
1991 "What Comes Naturally" Australian Singles Chart #4


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