Sandra Sully



Who is Sandra Sully?

Sandra Sully is a songwriter who co-wrote Bobby Womack's "If You Think You're Lonely Now". In 2006 she was credited as a co-writer of Mariah Carey's Grammy Award–winning song "We Belong Together" which incorporated part of "If You're Think You're Lonely Now".

Sully also co-wrote "Angel" and "Sometimes" by Anita Baker, as well as "Just Ain't Good Enough" by Johnnie Taylor. She was previously a member of "The Love Machine", a 1970s all-girl group.

. Sandra's songs have been covered or sampled by KCI and JoJo, John Legend, Monica, Jaheim,50 Cent,Style Council, Dennis Taylor, Gina Thompson, Lynn White, Impromp2, and Rex Rideout, among others. "How can I get Next to You" was recorded by Chapter 8."Sometimes" was recorded by Jo Ceeza, daughter of reggae artist Levi Roots.

Sandra has received gold records for "The Best of Anita Baker", and The Making of a Man" by Jaheim, and a platinum record for the soundtrack of "Jason's Lyric"

Sandra Sully has a master's degree in psychiatric social work from Howard University

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on July 23, 2013


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