"Saving All my Love for You" is a 1985 single from Whitney Houston's eponymous debut album. It was written by Michael Masser and Gerry Goffin. The single quickly became a hit upon release and rocketed the singer to fame - thanks to this song, Whitney became one of the soul and R&B divas of the 20th century.
The song is about the singer's love for a married man, for whom she's "saving all her love". The music video features Whitney Houston recording a song in a studio with her producer - the married man in question. As the recording keeps on progressing, Whitney falls in love with her boss. Not for real, of course.
The single was voted 79th greatest love song of all time by the New York Daily News. The ballad was certified Gold in the UK and the US, topped the American and British charts, and peaked at #5 in Switzerland and New Zealand, #11 in France and #12 in Austria. It's one of Houston's greatest songs.