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"Never Forget You" is a song recorded by American singer Mariah Carey (pictured) for her third studio album Music Box. Carey co-wrote the slow jam with Babyface and the pair produced it with Daryl Simmons. Columbia Records released the song on January 21, 1994, as the B-side to "Without You" and promoted it to American urban contemporary radio stations as the album's fourth single. The lyrics lament the end of a romance. Strings, synthesizers, and percussion characterize the composition; Jermaine Dupri altered them for remixes. Music critics deemed "Never Forget You" unremarkable and derivative. The song peaked at numbers one and three on the US urban contemporary radio charts published by Radio & Records and the Gavin Report, respectively. It also reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and number seven on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart. Combined with "Without You", the single sold 600,000 copies in the US throughout 1994. (Full article...)