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I remember it. That sounds good still! Add in a song whose lyrics and melody had to be overhauled, potential record-company legal hurdles, and an argument-starting vocal effect? Clive Davis currently chief creative officer at Sony Music : We really had not interacted for many, many years, and he asked if I would come to Radio City to see him perform there. I thought it would be great to see him again. If you worked with someone closely, they were part of your life every day, and even if you sort of changed jobs, the connection is still there.
In the United States, it topped the Billboard Hot for 12 weeks; it was the final number-one hit of the s and the first number-one hit of the s. As of , "Smooth" is ranked the second most successful song of all time by Billboard. Worldwide, the song reached number one in Canada and the top 10 in Australia, Austria, Ireland and the United Kingdom. The lyrics were stripped off and the track was given to Thomas, who re-wrote the lyrics and melody and re-titled it "Smooth", then recorded the song as a demo to play for Santana. After hearing the song, Santana decided to have Thomas record the final version.