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Toni Braxton Lyrics

Growing up in a very religious family, Berxton was reluctant to sing a song about sex because the last thing he wanted to do was offend someone. However, after much persuasion from Babyface, he finally gave up. Thanks to this, Berxton rose to prominence as a sex symbol with the release of You’re Makin’ Me High.

For example, in the first verse he sings about imagining someone touching his private body. This is undoubtedly the definite reason why he fantasizes about having sex with someone.

Ironically, this person is someone who knows Braxton and probably spends a lot of time with him. Being alone with the audience brings Berxton to a point where he can barely keep his thoughts PG. In fact, he just wants to unleash the fantasies he has in the audience’s mind.

Braxton beams on the bridge

In a 2019 interview, Braxton admitted the bridge was built when he first filled in the weeds. So the part where you hear him sing the following lines simply refers to “fucking a joint”:

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Release date

Berxton released “You’re Makin’ Me High” as the first single from his second album, Secrets, on May 21, 1996, alongside “Let It Flow”. The album was later officially released on June 18, 1996 by LaFace and Arista Records.

Did Tony Braxton write “You make me high”?

Nope. Legendary American musician and producer Babyface is known as one of the authors of this song. Another authoritative author is American producer and actor Bryce Wilson. It’s worth mentioning that Wilson is also featured in the official music video for this song.

Success Chart

“You’re Makin’ Me High” received worldwide distribution, peaking at number one in both Canada and the United States. This made the song the singer’s #1 song on the Hot 100

It also ranked in the top 5 in the UK and three other countries. This song is currently certified platinum in the US. This is for sales of more than 1.5 million copies in this country alone.

Countries Position Australia #2 New Zealand #5 Spain #5 Great Britain #2

It should be noted that the song (“Let It Flow”) that was released with “You’re Makin’ Me High” also topped the Billboard 100.

Tony’s legendary “Secrets” album

On June 18, 1996, American R&B singer Tony Braxton released “Secrets” as a follow-up to his debut studio album.

This project has been officially released by the aforementioned famous record companies (Arista and LaFace).

“Secrets” was accompanied by six singles, with the first single “You’re Makin’ Me High” being released a few days before the album’s official release. Other singles were:

  • “Don’t break my heart”
  • “I don’t want to”
  • “I love him a little bit”
  • “How can a Angel makes a heart, breaks me”

“Un-Break My Heart” was just as successful, topping the charts in several countries including the United States.

“Secrets” was a worldwide commercial success, peaking on the official album charts in various countries. Domestically, it peaked at number 2 on the Billboard 200. Internationally, the project topped the charts in Norway, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Denmark.

This record has been confirmed 8 times platinum in the United States and 7 times platinum in Canada. It has been certified platinum in several other regions including the UK, Switzerland and Australia.

In 1997, “Secrets” was one of four albums shortlisted for a Grammy for Best Pop Album. At the end of the day, Celine Dion’s “Falling In You” won the award. Tracy Chapman’s “New Beginning” and Sting’s “Mercury Fall” were other nominees for the award.






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