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My Destiny (Lionel Richie song)

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My Destiny (Lionel Richie song)

"My Destiny"
B-side "Do It to Me"
Released 1992
Format CD single, CD maxi,
7" single, 12" maxi,
Genre Funk, Soul
Length 3:49
Label Motown
Writer(s) Lionel Richie
Producer Lionel Richie
Stewart Levine
Lionel Richie singles chronology

"Do It to Me"
"My Destiny"
"Love, Oh Love"

"My Destiny" is a 1992 song recorded by Lionel Richie. It was the second single from his album Back to Front and was released in 1992. The song achieved some success, and it even topped the Dutch Mega Single Top 100. The song also appeared on Richie's best of Truly: The Love Songs and The Definitive Collection.

The song was sung by Moni Tivony on the TV series The One and Only.

Music Video

In the music video, Lionel is singing in front of 4 dancing supermodels with his shirt unbuttoned (although the top button was buttoned in the first scene then in the second scene it's all unbuttoned).

Track listings

CD maxi
  1. "My Destiny" (lite mix edit) – 3:49
  2. "Do It to Me" (rhythm method single edit) – 4:36
  3. "My Destiny" (hiphouse #2 mix) – 5:59
  4. "Do It to Me" (rhythm method extended mix) – 6:32
7" single
  1. "My Destiny" (lite mix edit) – 3:50
  2. "Do It to Me" (rhythm method single edit) – 4:35
12" maxi
  1. "My Destiny" (hiphouse #2 mix) – 5:55
  2. "Do It to Me" (rhythm method single edit) – 4:35
  3. "Do It to Me" (rhythm method extended mix) – 6:32
  4. "My Destiny" (lite mix edit) – 3:50
  1. "My Destiny" (lite mix edit)
  2. "Do It to Me" (rhythm method single edit)
  3. "My Destiny" (lite mix edit)
  4. "Do It to Me" (rhythm method single edit)



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