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  1. Yates Fabian Watson says:

    To every one who has heard Whitney sing: Thank you for loving her. She was special. Sometimes God sends us a gift. Someone to help us understand how great his love for us is. Someone to convey the depth of his love. Whitney was sent to us, just for a little while, as an example of God’s greatness. Who can control the supreme gift? Whitney did well while doing Gods work. Now the message has been heard, the songs have been sung. The message is embedded deep within us all. Yes Jesus Loves Us! I will miss Whitney, perhaps more than is normal; however, I must Thank God for sharing her with me. “Thank you God for the pain and for the pleasure” If we live right…We will see Whitney again. When we reach the other shore…Yates Watson Castro Valley, CA.

  2. mzavrilg@ 42gmai.coml says:

    her songs touch my heart that wonderful smile will last a while in my mind … i started listening to her when i was 16yrs old
    ….i will always love you Whitney Houston

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