Hit songs you didn't know were written by Prince

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 Feel For You,' Chaka Khan 2: It was given new life five years later by Chaka Khan, whose version won a Grammy for Best R&B Song in 1985.

I Feel For You,' Chaka Khan : This smooth track first appeared on Prince's self-titled 1979 album. 

Sugar Walls,' Sheena Easton 2: Prince wrote the song for Scottish pop singer Sheena Easton under the pen name "Alexander Nevermind."

Nothing Compares 2 U,' Sinead O'Connor 2: It really became a hit, however, when Sinead O'Connor covered it five years late.

Manic Monday,' The Bangles 2: It later became a huge hit for The Bangles in 1986, peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.

'Manic Monday,' The Bangles: Prince had actually written this song for a girl group he put together, Apollonia 6, but decided to hold on to it for a while longer.

'Nothing Compares 2 U,' Sinead O'Connor : Prince wrote the original version of this heart-wrenching song for the eponymous 1985 album by The Family.

How Come You Don't Call Me,' Alicia Keys: Prince originally released his version of this song, called 'How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore.

Sugar Walls,' Sheena Easton : Who else but Prince could have written, "Come spend the night inside my sugar walls".

How Come You Don't Call Me,' Alicia Keys: Prince originally released his version of this song, called 'How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore.

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