5 Songs You Didn’t Know Tina Turner Wrote

"Black Coffee" (1972): Tina's debut credited song on Ike & Tina Turner's album "Feel Good." Covered by various artists, it celebrates hot black coffee's allure.

"Feel Good" (1972): Turner's penned lead single from their 1972 album. Celebrating love's magic, it showcased on Soul Train and The Tonight Show.

"Nutbush City Limits" (1973): Semi-autobiographical, this song reflects Turner's Tennessee upbringing. Rerecorded in 1993, it pays homage to Nutbush, her hometown's vivid imagery.

"Sweet Rhode Island Red" (1974): Turner's composition from the album of the same name. In this song, she portrays a woman longing to escape her small town.

"Sexy Ida" (1974): Released in two versions, this follow-up single from "Sweet Rhode Island Red" warns against giving love to the enticing but dangerous Sexy Ida.