This is a song I wanted to do for a close friend who passed away do to a long battle. Aline...AngeLine because she's an angel now. She was my sister's best friend, a good friend and a loving mother. Always had a smile and a silly joke. We will miss you, but your not gone your still here always.
since I'm working of the Stevie project the sample made perfect sense thanks, thanks Snapy Dee. It's Stevie's classic "Never Dreamed You Leave In Summer"
R.I.P. Aline Gone 2 Soon
"Never Dreamed You'd Leave in Summer" is a 1971 song by Stevie Wonder. It comes from his album Where I'm Coming From. The song is a ballad, describing a failed relationship using the metaphor of changing seasons. Co-written by Syreeta Wright and released on Tamla 54202 in 1971 with the flip side of "We Can Work It Out, the single stalled at #78 on the Billboard Hot 100, but it remains one of Stevie Wonder's most popular ballads to this day. The song was remade by Joan Baez on her 1975 album Diamonds and Rust. It was also remade by Three Dog Night.
A large portion of the song is played during a scene in the movie Poetic Justice. The full song can also be found on the accompanying soundtrack.
A portion of this song was also remade by Lauryn Hill on Hip-Hop artist Common's "Retrospect For Life," found on his 1997 album "One Day It'll All Make Sense"