Switch Soundtracks

Switch
Switch was an R&B/funk band that found fame recording for the Gordy label in the late 1970s, releasing hit songs such as There'll Never Be, I Call Your Name and Love Over & Over Again. Switch influenced bands such as DeBarge, which featured the siblings of Switch band members Bobby and Tommy DeBarge.
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Filmography: Switch songs

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play soundtrack Pon de Floor So You Think You Can Dance writer
play soundtrack Anything Goes Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned writer
play soundtrack Anything Goes Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony writer
play soundtrack Pon De Floor The Interview writer
play soundtrack Pon de Floor Sing writer
play soundtrack Bubble Butt Get Hard writer
play soundtrack Bubble Butt The Emoji Movie writer
play soundtrack Creator So You Think You Can Dance performer
play soundtrack Give It All Power Rangers writer
play soundtrack GO! Dope writer
play soundtrack Jump Up Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned writer
play soundtrack Like Sugar Charlie's Angels writer
play soundtrack Like Sugar The Red Line writer
play soundtrack Love Over and Over Again Shaft performer
   End of Time Dreamland writer
   End of Time Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé writer
   Get Free The Sun Is Also a Star writer
   Get Free (feat. Amber Coffman) The Sun Is Also a Star writer
   Go! The Happytime Murders writer
   Man-in densha hitomebore Ike! Inachû takkyû-bu performer
   Run the World (Girls) Dancing on Ice writer
   Run the World (Girls) The Voice writer
   Run the World (Girls) Tu cara me suena writer
   Run the World (Girls) So You Think You Can Dance writer
   Run The World (Girls) Pitch Perfect 2 writer
   Run the World (Girls) Women's International Football writer
   Run the World (Girls) Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé writer
   Run The World (Live at Glastonbury 2011) Glastonbury 2017 writer
   Shanimuni SHEIKU! SHEIKU! Ike! Inachû takkyû-bu performer
   Something Bigger, Something Better So You Think You Can Dance writer