I Feel Good All Over

"I Feel Good All Over" is a 1987 single by Stephanie Mills. The single was her second number one on the Hot Black Singles chart and first number one in 1987. The single spent three weeks at the top spot. However, despite holding I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me), by Whitney Houston, a number-one pop single, off that top spot for the first two of those weeks,[1] the single did not make the Hot 100.

"I Feel Good All Over"
Single by Stephanie Mills
from the album If I Were Your Woman
RecordedApril 1986
LabelMCA 5669
Producer(s)Nick Martinelli
Stephanie Mills singles chronology
"I Have Learned to Respect the Power of Love"
"I Feel Good All Over"
"(You're Puttin') A Rush on Me"

In 1988 singer Patti Labelle admitted that she had been a given chance at recording the song by the songwriters' Gabriel Hardeman and Annette Hardeman (who was a background singer for her at the time), but passed believing that it wasn't a "Patti" song. "When I heard Ms. Thing (Mills) sing it and everything was right, I said 'Patti' and slapped myself...I blew that one."


Chart (1987) Peak
US Billboard Hot 100
US Hot Black Singles 1


  1. ^ "The Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart listing for the week of July 4, 1987". Billboard. July 4, 1987. Retrieved January 23, 2011.
  2. ^ Stephanie Mills chart singles history.www.billboard.com