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Etterlene “Bunny” Debarge (born 15 March 1955) is a female soprano who was a member of the 1980s Motown group, DeBarge. She was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Bunny is best-known for her duet with her brother El DeBarge on “Share My World” and for writing and singing lead on the group’s popular album track, “A Dream” from the group’s In A Special Way album and for co-writing hits “I Like It”, “Time Will Reveal” and “Stay With Me”.
In 1986, Bunny left DeBarge for a solo career, and she released her debut album In Love later that year. It featured her lone hit single as a solo artist, “Save the Best for Me (Best of Your Lovin’).” She wrote a couple of the other songs on this album.

Edited by 2Serenity on 9 Jun 2008, 02:38

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