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Whitney Houston was one of the most successful female pop and soul artists of all time. But how well do you know her hits? Take our trivia quiz game to find out!
"Each day I live I want to be, a day to give the best of me."
One Moment In Time was recorded for the 1988 Summer Olympics and the 1988 Summer Paralympics held in Seoul. The song was Houston's third number one in the UK Singles Chart
2. "Ever since I met you, you're the only love I've known, and I can't forget you, though I must face it all alone."
All At Once wasn’t released in the UK but did receive some airplay. It is a ballad about an unforgettable finished love and Houston performed the song at the 1987 American Music Awards.
"Share my life, take me for what I am."
‘I Have Nothing’ was a hit for Houston when it was released in 1993. The song reached the top five in the UK and was nominated for Best Original Song at the 1993 Academy Awards.
"I hope life treats you kind."
In 1992, Houston recorded this song for the soundtrack to The Bodyguard, her film debut. It remains one of the most successful songs of all-time.
"I decided long ago never to walk in anyone's shadow."
Released in February 1985, this song became a major hit, topping the charts in Australia, Canada and the US, while reaching the top 20 in most countries, including Italy, Sweden and UK. It remains Houston’s third biggest US hit.
1. "If I wake up in World War Three, I see destruction and poverty"
Released in 1999, this song peaked at #2 in the UK. It was extremely successful worldwide and sold over five million copies in total.
"We've been friends but with time what I feel deep inside for you has changed."
‘If I Told You That’ was a duet between Houston and George Michael. The song was released as the first UK single and the second US single from Houston's Whitney: The Greatest Hits album. The song was originally to feature Michael Jackson but George got the gig instead!
"I used to cry myself to sleep at night but that was all before he came."
Released in 1991, Houston achieved a top spot for this one in multiple charts. It peaked in the top 20 in Ireland, Netherlands, and the UK.
"I've been hearing your heartbeat inside of me. I keep your photograph beside my bed."
Despite not being as successful as her previous releases, So Emotional did reach number five in the UK and number one in the Billboard Hot 100.
"Well there's a bridge and there's a river that I still must cross"
After its release, ‘Step by Step’ reached number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in America and it peaked at number 6 in the UK. After Houston passed away in February 2012, it re-entered the UK singles chart at number 83. How well did you do on our Whitney Houston Lyric Challenge?