Come to think of it that would certainly be a dating show worth watching, especially if the Muslim then used the machete to decapitate his two impotent male rivals. Danielle scoffs at the question and unloads on 50% of the world's population. In 1973, Gordy's name was included in the credits to the song "Just to Keep You Satisfied", which was originally recorded in 1969 by the Monitors, and recorded by the Originals two years later.

Artists such as David Ruffin and Joe Tex also recorded for the label, and Marvin Gaye became a session musician with the company.

After the label was absorbed as a subsidiary of Motown in 1961, Gordy joined Motown as a songwriter.

In 1958, Anna and Gordy's younger sister Gwen founded the label Anna Records with musician Billy Davis, a year before Berry launched Tamla Records.

Anna distributed Tamla's first national hit, Barrett Strong's "Money (That's What I Want)".

Gaye soon began working at Anna Records and soon developed an attraction to Ms. Inspired by their romance, Marvin penned hit singles about Anna including "Stubborn Kind of Fellow", "Pride & Joy" and "You're a Wonderful One".

Of "Pride and Joy", Gaye said, "When I composed 'Pride and Joy', I was head over heels in love with Anna.In order to bring some stability to their home life, Anna and Marvin adopted a boy born on November 17, 1966, who was named after his adopted father (Marvin Pentz Gaye III).The boy was said to have been naturally conceived by Anna and Marvin in Motown's public relations stories of the couple, but Marvin confirmed his adoption in David Ritz's biography, Divided Soul: The Life of Marvin Gaye. Gaye settled in with a young woman named Janis Hunter, with whom he had two children. After nearly two years, the case was settled in Gordy's favor after Gaye agreed to remit a portion of his royalties from his next album to her.Gordy later became known as a songwriter for several hits including the Originals' "Baby, I'm for Real", and at least two songs on Marvin Gaye's What's Going On album.The first wife of Gaye, their turbulent marriage later served as inspiration for Gaye's album, Here, My Dear.Anna Ruby Gaye (née Gordy; January 28, 1922 – January 31, 2014) was an American businesswoman, composer and songwriter.