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Vintage Vocal Jazz / Swing Nº16 - EPs Collectors "Three Coins In The Fountain"
May 25, 1958
© 2009 Vintage Music
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Three Coins In The Fountain (Tres Monedas En la Fuente)
My One And Only Love (Mi ünico Amor)
Don't Worry 'Bout Me (No Te Preocupes Por Mí)
I Love You (Te Quiero)
May 25, 1958
© 2009 Vintage Music
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