Do You Love What You Feel

Modaji, Rufus, Chaka Khan

About Do You Love What You Feel

"Do You Love What You Feel" is a well-known soul/disco song by Rufus and Chaka. Released in late 1979 from the Quincy Jones produced album, Masterjam, it spent three weeks at the top of the Hot Soul Singles chart, becoming the fourth of five songs that they would send to the top of that chart. It also peaked at number thirty on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Along with the track, "Any Love", "Do You Love What You Feel" peaked at number five on the disco/dance charts. It would be one of the last albums featuring lead vocalist Chaka Khan before fully going solo.  


Year:
2003
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Do you love what you feel
Cause I love what you do to me
Do you love what you feel
Cause I love what you do to me

Babe, when you're holdin‘ me
Somehow you seem to set me free
And when I dance with you, romance with you
Is all I sing

Do you love what you feel
Cause I love what you do to me
Do you love what you feel
Cause I love what you do to me

I've spent so many nights
Just taking fights within myself
Until you came to me
And held me like nobody else

Do you love what you feel
Cause I love what you do to me
Do you love what you feel
Cause I love what you do to me

Tell me 'bout the way you like it
Anything you want is right
You and I are close together
Your lovin' gets me feeling better

I wanna dance all
I wanna dance all
I wanna dance all night

Everytime you're holdin‘ me

Do you love what you feel
Cause I love what you do to me
Do you love what you feel
Cause I love what you do to me

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Rufus

Rufus was an American funk band from Chicago, Illinois best known for launching the career of lead singer Chaka Khan. They had several hits throughout their career, including "Tell Me Something Good," "Sweet Thing," and "Ain't Nobody." more »

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Written by: DAVID WOLINSKI, DAVID J WOLINSKI

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10 facts about this song

Release Information
"Do You Love What You Feel" was released in 1979 by the funk band Rufus and American singer Chaka Khan.
Album Home
The song is a part of Rufus and Chaka Khan’s collaborative album "Masterjam".
Record Producer
The track was produced by Quincy Jones, an American record producer, who is also known for producing hits for Michael Jackson.
Chart Performance
"Do You Love What You Feel" was a commercial success, reaching No.1 on Billboard's R&B Singles chart.
Main Vocalists
The main vocals of the song were performed by the lead singer of Rufus, Chaka Khan, and her brother Mark Stevens.
Grammy Nomination
The song earned a Grammy nomination in the category of Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals in 1980.
Positive Reception
"Do You Love What You Feel" has been positively received by critics and listeners alike for its infectious dance beat and powerful vocals.
Music Genre
The song is classified under the genre of Funk, R&B, and soul.
Cover Versions
Various artists, including Inner City and House music groups, have covered the song.
Enduring Popularity
"Do You Love What You Feel" has endured in popularity and continues to be played in various media outlets, further solidifying Rufus and Chaka Khan’s legacies in the music industry.

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