All I Need (Jack Wagner Song)
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All I Need Jack Wagner Song
All I Need" is a song by American actor and singer Jack Wagner. The song was released in 1984 to his debut album with the same name.
Wagner became known for his role as
Frisco Jones on the soap opera prior to recording the song; he has since had roles on other television programs, such as General Hospital and The Bold and the Beautiful . "All I Need" was written by Melrose Place Glen Ballard, David Pack and Clif Magness and produced by Ballard and Magness.
The song proved to be Wagner's only
Top 40 hit, peaking at number two on the chart in early 1985, remaining there for two weeks, behind Billboard Hot 100 Madonna's " Like a Virgin". In Canada, "All I Need" reached number three. The  single also spent two weeks atop 's Billboard adult contemporary chart, as well as the Canadian AC chart.
Cover versions In 2007, the song was covered by Filipino rock band
Shamrock for the Filipino romantic comedy movie . My Best Friend's Girlfriend In 2009, VH1 ranked "All I Need" No. 71 on its program 100 Greatest One Hit Wonders of the 80s.
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