Sophia George

Sophia George is a Jamaican singer. She is best known for her 1985 hit "Girlie Girlie", which reached number one in Jamaica, topping the RJR chart for 11 weeks, and was also a Top-10 hit in the UK. Her other Jamaican hits include "Lazy Body", "It Burn Mi Belly", and the duet "Ain't No Meaning"; all four songs appeared on her ten-song 1986 album, Fresh.
"Girlie Girlie" was written by Sangie Davis. At the time of its release, George was working as a teacher of deaf children. In the UK, George remains a one-hit wonder based on that song. The track was used as title music on Going Overboard, a movie featuring Adam Sandler.
A compilation album, Girlie Girlie: The Best of Sophia George, was released on Trojan Records.
George married her manager Ronald Chung and in the mid-1990s they relocated to Miami, later settling in Los Angeles. George is the mother of Patrick Chung, a safety for the New England Patriots.

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Can't Live Without YouGirlie Girlie - The Best of Sophia George3:53
Tell MeTotal Togetherness Vol. 63:52
Runnings Well DreadGirlie Girlie - The Best of Sophia George3:40
Make You Feel FineGirlie Girlie - The Best of Sophia George3:46
Tenement YardGirlie Girlie - The Best of Sophia George3:36
Thinking It OverGirlie Girlie - The Best of Sophia George4:08
Girlie, GirlieGrandes De La Música Reggae3:00
Honestly I DoSongs Written By Willie Lindo Volume 23:31
Ain't No Meaning (feat. Charlie Chaplin)Girlie Girlie - The Best of Sophia George3:32
Girlie GirlieStrictly The Best Vol. 513:03
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