Hit songs you didn't know were written by Prince

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'When You Were Mine,' Cyndi Lauper: - This sad but raunchy song originally appeared on Prince's 1980 album 'Dirty Mind.

Love Song,' Madonna: - Prince and her Madgesty teamed up for this regal slow jam, recorded at the Minnesota Paisley Park Studio

'Sugar Walls,' Sheena Easton: - Who else but Prince could have written, "Come spend the night inside my sugar walls".

'How Come You Don't Call Me,' Alicia Keys: - Prince originally released his version of this song, called 'How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore.

With This Tear,' Céline Dion: - Prince wrote this 1992 song as a gift to the talented songstress..

Manic Monday,' The Bangles: - Prince had actually written this song for a girl group. 

Nothing Compares 2 U,' Sinead O'Connor: - Prince wrote the original version of this heart-wrenching song for the eponymous 1985 album by The Family.

'I Feel For You,' Chaka Khan: - This smooth track first appeared on Prince's self-titled 1979 album. 

'Stand Back,' Stevie Nicks: -The Fleetwood Mac singer reportedly co-wrote the song with Prince,.

'Jungle Love,' Morris Day and the Time: - Co-written by Prince, Morris Day, and Jesse Johnson.

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