Worth It

Album: I Look To You (2009)
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  • This mid-tempo R&B track is from Whitney Houston's seventh album, I Look to You. R&B songwriter Johntá Austin wrote the song, which was helmed by Grammy winning producer Eric Hudson (Kanye West, Ne-Yo, Mary J. Blige).
  • Lyrically the song is about how through rain and shine love is always worth it.
  • At the listening party for the unveiling of I Look to You, executive producer Clive Davis began his description of this song, addressing Dionne Warwick in the audience. "Dionne, this one floats like you float." Davis was referring to the way this light tune gently floats along.


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