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Welcome To The Real World - Jane Child - Jane Child (CD, Album)

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  1. Credits publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc. writers: Jane Child release date: genres: Electronic Hip Hop Funk / Soul Pop styles: Synth-pop/New Jack Swing/Pop Rap.
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  4. Jane Richmond Hyslop, known professionally as Jane Child, is a Canadian singer, songwriter and record producer best known for her hit single "Don't Wanna Fal.
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  7. "World Lullabye" ends the album on another wonderfully orchestrated note-a beautifully poetic plea for world peace from which Jane Child donated all proceeds of to charity in the end. The album actually ends with a bonus Fairlight synth instrumental,titled only with a symbol indicating that the possible title being either "Love" or "Heart".
  8. World Lullabye Benefit CD 2 incredible, newly recorded, different versions of "World Lullabye". Jane donates % of the proceeds to the Twin Towers Fund in New York. $ Jane Child Cassette Jane's first album! Contains "Don't Wanna Fall In Love" & "Welcome To The Real World" Cassette $ CD Available Soon!
  9. "Don't Wanna Fall in Love" is a hit song for Toronto-born singer Jane Child. Released as the second single from her self-titled debut album, the single went to number two for three consecutive weeks on the Billboard Hot from April 14 to April 28, It was kept out of the top spot by "I'll Be Your Everything" by Tommy Page and Sinéad O'Connor's recording of "'Nothing Compares 2 U".

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