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 Author: margeritta
source site Posted: Aug 14 2018 - 07:49 PM
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It was from around 90`s.
Author: kalel84
Posted: Aug 14 2018 - 08:42 AM
Subject: re: Can`t find that old song
Hi there, there was a hip hop song with rap and a woman singing the chorus from the 90s and it was to the tune of "if you want me to stay" by sly and the family stone but a hip hop version. I can't find it anywhere and I used to listen to it all the time. Please help thanks
go site Author: amour95
here Posted: Apr 15 2017 - 02:17 PM
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I only remember a clip, where two muscle cars raced (I think dodge and a chevelle) and there was blond lady singing (with big t**ts). It was from around 90`s.
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