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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Identify Song By Singing In Martian
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Author: yevt
Posted: Jan 31 2020 - 05:19 PM
Subject: Identify Song By Singing In Martian
Here's the recording of the song I'm looking for:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1R-uqT1GIv6FvcPRVqD5g3gUU-mveqfDi/view?usp=sharing

Please help!!!
Thanks

For moderator:
Unfortunately I could not record audio via Musipedia's voice recorder. I'm sorry for that (Firefox 72.0.2 64-bit OSX). This is the only reason I've posted the link to my google drive instead. There are no trojans, only my bleating voice, which is not really pleasant, but relatively safe :)
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How to insert music:

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