Can you guess how many hit singles the late Prince has written? The music icon is the man behind the music.

FOX's Laura Ingle explains in the "Bonus Track":

(The Bangles) "It's just another Manic Monday." 

(Chaka Khan) "I feel for you, she wants to live a devilish life."

These songs are all from different artist, have you guessed what they have in common?:

(Prince) "Let's go crazy."

All were penned by Prince, the singer who suddenly passed away at the age of 57, was the man behind the music for the Bangles, Chaka Khan, Sheila E, writing some of their biggest hits:

(Prince) "Oh yea, little red Corvette."

And then there's Stevie Nicks, who lifted the lyrics out of 'Little Red Corvette' and used the back-beat for her song 'Stand Back':

(Nicks) "Stand back, stand back."

Nicks telling the Associated Press this week about how she called Prince to fess up to using his tune, even asking him to come over and help record it:

(Nicks) "Never in a million years expecting that he would say yes and he was there in like 20 minutes. And he played all the organ parts and he owns 50% of the song."

I'm Laura Ingle and that's your Bonus Track.

(AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
(AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

Watch Bruce Springsteen pay tribute to Prince here. Both 'Purple Rain' and 'Born in the USA' came out in 1984, both dominated the music charts. The two had mutual respect for one another.