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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > 80's or 70's song from an old cassette [solved
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Author: zxcvbnm
Posted: May 02 2014 - 02:25 AM
Subject: re: 80's or 70's song from an old cassette
Author: pepesar
Posted: Dec 31 2011 - 11:03 AM
Subject: re: 80's or 70's song from an old cassette
Hi,

eventhou the quality is poor, I can tell you the song is SONG FOR GUY by ELTON JOHN. Here is a link where you can listen to it at a better quiality and complete.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8pOjUhElIU

Author: aletheladyinred
Posted: Dec 12 2011 - 02:55 PM
Subject: 80's or 70's song from an old cassette (plus video)
hi everyone, can anyone tell me what's the name of this song i found in an old cassette? it may be from the 80's or the 70's (sorry for the bad quality, it's taken by a mobile from the stereo cassette)

here is the video i made with this song: http://youtu.be/SLX2dvwc8Mc

thank you! :-)
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