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Early 2000's R&B song about a loved one dying

The other day on the radio I heard a song I remember from when I was in high school (the early 00's.) I am having a hard time even remembering lyrics let alone a tune, but it was song by I want to say sung by both a male and female, and was about death, about wanting to hold someone after they're gone, missing them, etc. Similar to Puff Daddy's - I'll Be Missing You

asked Feb 19, 2017 in Name That Song by pawprinted (1,463 points)
Seal-kiss from a rose?
No, not that one, thank you though. Great song
Can you remember what radio station you heard it on? I was big into pop radio back in the day, and the R&B they played, so this should be something I could remember, but the only duo I recall of male and female was La Bouche. Tracks about death like "missing you" from Brandy I found, is that it?
One Sweet Day by Mariah Carey and Boys II Men?