Diana Ross's Top Songs that Inspire Generations

Diana Ross’s Top Songs that Inspire Generations

Diana Ross, a name that resonates through the annals of musical history, has left an indelible mark on the world of entertainment. With a career spanning decades, she has not only graced us with her enchanting voice but has also achieved monumental success.

Biggest Top 40 Hits

Touch Me in the Morning 1973 (#1 for 1 Week)

Touch Me in the Morning is a heartfelt ballad that showcases Diana Ross’s powerful vocals and emotional depth. Released in 1973, it soared to the top of the charts, becoming a number one hit. The song beautifully captures the bittersweet essence of love and longing, making it a timeless classic in Diana Ross’s repertoire.

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough 1970 (#1 for 3 Weeks)

A monumental hit from Diana Ross’s early solo career, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough is an uplifting anthem of love and perseverance. Released in 1970, it quickly ascended to the top of the charts, solidifying Diana’s status as a solo superstar. The song’s infectious energy and powerful vocals continue to resonate with audiences worldwide.

Love Hangover 1976 (#1 for 2 Weeks)

Love Hangover is a disco-infused masterpiece that showcases Diana Ross’s versatility and artistry. Released in 1976, it swiftly climbed the charts, ultimately becoming a number one hit. The song’s sultry groove and Ross’s seductive vocals create an intoxicating musical experience that remains a dancefloor favorite to this day.

Theme from Mahogany (Do You Know Where You’re Going To) 1976 (#1 for 1 Week)

Serving as the theme song for the film Mahogany, this poignant ballad from 1976 showcases Diana Ross’s ability to convey deep emotion through her vocals. The song, which also topped the charts, resonates with its introspective lyrics and Ross’s soul-stirring delivery, making it an enduring classic.

You’re a Special Part of Me (with Marvin Gaye) 1973 (#12)

A duet with the legendary Marvin Gaye, You’re a Special Part of Me is a soulful love song that beautifully blends the voices of two iconic artists. Although it reached number twelve on the charts in 1973, the song’s enduring appeal lies in the chemistry between Ross and Gaye, creating a harmonious musical moment that continues to captivate listeners.

Timeless Songs Beyond the Charts

From chart-toppers to hidden gems, Diana Ross’ catalog is a treasure trove of musical excellence. Let’s explore some of their other classic tunes.


  • Forever Came Today
  • Some Things You Never Get Used To
  • Love Child
  • I’m Gonna Make You Love


  • Reach Out And Touch (Somebody’s Hand)
  • Remember Me


  • Good Morning Heartache


  • I Thought It Took A Little Time (But Today I Fell In Love)
  • One Love In My Lifetime


  • Gettin’ Ready For Love


  • Pops, We Love You (A Tribute To Father)
  • The Boss


  • Upside Down
  • Turn It On Again


  • Mirror, Mirror
  • Work That Body
  • Muscles


  • All Of You
  • Swept Away
  • Missing You


  • I’m Livin’ In Shame
  • I’ll Try Something New
  • The Composer
  • No Matter What Sign You Are
  • The young Folks
  • The Weight
  • Someday We’ll Be Together


  • Reach Out I’ll Be There
  • Surrender
  • I’m Still Waiting


  • Last Time I Saw Him
  • My Mistake (Was To Love You)
  • Sleepin
  • Don’t Knock My Love


  • Your Love Is Good For Me
  • You Got It
  • Ease On Down The Road


  • It’s My Turn
  • Endless Love
  • Why Do Fools Fall In Love


  • So Close
  • Pieces Of Ice
  • Let’s Go Up


  • Eaten Alive
  • Chain Reaction