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Old 11-29-2022, 01:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Trendy Latin Jazz Duet - Description in Post :)

Can anyone help me ID this song? Heard frequently at Starbucks, etc. over the last 5-10 years. *Extremely* popular in recent years. Assume it's a modern recording (by Michael Buble or a similar crossover pop artist, perhaps) of a famous bossa nova or samba-esque tune that might have first been recorded in the 1960s (or thereabouts). Mellow duet between a male and female vocalist.

Melodically, sounds VERY MUCH LIKE Bill Withers's 'Watching You Watching Me,' though that song is obviously a different genre.

(By the way, it's not Jobim's 'Waters of March' or 'Girl from Ipanema,' though it sounds like it *possibly* might have been written by him or someone with his style. Seems vaguely more modern to me somehow though.) Thanks in advance!
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