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follow link Author: emflopic
Posted: Nov 10 2017 - 09:33 AM
Subject: Please I need help whit this song!!!
There's a song featured in the movie "Where the Heart Is" with Natalie
Portman, in the scene of the wedding of the character of Ashley Judd. the
the song does not appear in the credits.

Does anyone know the title of this song? The words of the song are:

"Can't you see my head is reeling
There's so many things I'm feeling
Don't know what I'm thinking of, I'm so in love
Pardon me if I seem distant "

And that is all that is sung. Does anyone know the title of this song?

for reference appears in the minute 1:25:20

Thank you!!!
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