Tessanne Chin - If I Were Your Woman ("The Voice" performance, 2013)

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On November 18th, Tessanne Chin competed against the final 10 in the competition, singing "If I were your woman", a song originally made famous by Gladyn Knight and the Pips.

The song was written by Pam Sawyer, Clay McMurray, and Gloria Jones and recorded in 1970 by Gladys Knight and the Pips.

The judge, Adam Levine, commented that "it was like solidifying your presence on the show as a major, major contender."



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