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It was released on October 30, 1990, by Sire Records as the lead single from The Immaculate Collection.

"Justify My Love" received mixed reviews from older critics, but was critically appreciated by many contemporary critics, noting it as one of Madonna's best songs to date.

The song became Madonna's ninth number one single on the Billboard Hot 100, while reaching the Top 10 in several countries including Australia, Canada, Finland, New Zealand, Italy, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

The song was written by Lenny Kravitz and Ingrid Chavez, with additional lyrics by Madonna.

Chavez was not credited on the song, which led to a lawsuit against Kravitz.

When calls and messages kept coming addressed to her deceased daughter the mother was forced to write: "" Four Corners tells the story of one community in a major Australian city where the threat of repeated suicides amongst young people became so overwhelming that families and community leaders, backed by mental health experts, held an old fashioned public meeting to allow the families and friends of the victims to tell their stories.

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