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Saturday, September 3, 2011



"End of the Road"
is a 1992 Grammy Award-winning, number-one song
recorded in May 1992 by Boyz II Men for the Motown label.
Written and produced by Kenneth "Babyface" EdmondsAntonio "L.A." Reid and Daryl Simmons. It is Boyz II Men's most
successful single and replaced The Jackson 5's "I'll Be There"
as Motown's most successful single.[citation needed] It
was the last Motown single to reach #1 on the UK singles chart. The song is listed at #43 on
/Billboard's All Time Top 100'.

Originally recorded as a soundtrack song for the Eddie Murphy motion picture Boomerang, the song (themed about a
breakup where the man really doesn't want the woman to go) topped the charts
from August 15 through November 7, 1992, setting a record for most weeks at
number one with 13 weeks, beating Elvis Presley's 11-week hold with "Hound Dog" / "Don't Be Cruel".
Presley's record had stood 36 years.

However, two weeks after "End of the
Road" left the top spot, Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" reached
number one, and remained there 14 weeks, one week longer than "End of the
Road". Boyz II Men's new record stood only 17 weeks. The group's next
single ("I'll Make Love to You"), however,
would tie Houston's record, and 1995's Boyz II Men/Mariah Carey collaboration "One Sweet Day" would break it, logging 16
consecutive weeks.


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