Singer/songwriter Jennifer Warnes began singing as a child and practiced writing her own songs throughout high school. In 1968, at age 21, she signed a deal with Parrot Records and began her recording career, soon befriending musician Leonard Cohen, who Warnes would tour, record, and collaborate with for years to come.
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In the following years, Warnes would cultivate a successful recording career, performing many popular songs on soundtracks, like "Up Where We Belong," a duet with Joe Cocker from the movie An Officer and a Gentleman; "(I've Had) The Time of My Life," a duet with Bill Medley from the film Dirty Dancing; and "As Long As We've Got Each Other," a duet with B.J. Thomas that served as the opening theme for the sitcom Growing Pains. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi