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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Please i'ms so desesperate ;) find the name of this song
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Author: hayley123654
Posted: Nov 15 2019 - 06:30 AM
Subject: re: Please i'ms so desesperate ;) find the name of this song
when did you heard this song? Showbox
Author: vonvonzen
Posted: Aug 26 2019 - 11:52 AM
Subject: Please i'ms so desesperate ;) find the name of this song
Hi Musipedia users !

I hope you could help me. It did maybe 6 month + i search a name of a song i have on my mind without result....

Lot of friends and coworkers searched with me.

i did a record of the song ( my interpretation) Shazzam and others soft can't find this song....

Youre my last hope !

Thank you very very much !

Musipedia records doesn't works with my computer so i uploaded in wetransfer :
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How to insert music:

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