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I'll Try Something New" is a song written by Smokey Robinson and originally released in 1962 by The Miracles on Motown Records' Tamla subsidiary label. Their version was a Billboard Top 40 hit, peaking at and just missed the Top 10 of its R&B chart, peaking at The song was released later as a joint single by Diana Ross & the Supremes and The Temptations, also becoming a charting version on the Billboard 100 pop singles chart, peaking for two weeks in April 1969 at number 25.
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In a busy working world, it’s always tempting to skip lunch because that feels more productive. Skipping breaks entirely can have a lot of negative effects, though. Instead of just eating lunch and resting for a few minutes or getting right back to your day job, try something new. Related: What 30 Days of Productivity Taught Me About Finding Time. Reap the benefits of a quick pause from work while still using every minute constructively.
I'll Try Something New. Smokey Robinson, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, The Miracles. Tracks count: 19. Views: 2. Smokey Robinson, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - I'll Try Something New 02:41. The Miracles - A Love That Can Never Be 02:47. The Miracles - If Your Mother Only Knew 02:41. The Miracles - Try Something New 02:39. The Miracles - He Don't Care About Me 02:18. The Miracles - I've Been Good to You 02:42. The Miracles - If Your Mother Only Knew 02:42. The Ultimate Collection: Smokey Robinson - Smokey Robinson.
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