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get link Author: gomeron
here Posted: Aug 26 2017 - 11:26 AM
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Those who know, please identify the attached melody - if you can tell from my poor whistling and guitar playing. The song has been on the radio quite frequenly in the 1970s or 1980s (or even 1990s?), and it was sung by a female singer. There was also a German version, with obviously a different female singer.
The song has two distinctly different sections, one is a sort of intro in minor key, and one is the more swinging refrain, in major.
Thanks in advance,
Gomeron
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