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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > 17 years passed and i cannot find these melodies
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Author: volcanicmelodies
Posted: Nov 02 2018 - 01:38 PM
Subject: re: 17 years passed and i cannot find these melodies
Guys at least i need tips. Any suggestions.
Author: volcanicmelodies
Posted: Aug 29 2018 - 11:33 AM
Subject: re: 17 years passed and i cannot find these melodies
still nobody knows :(
Author: volcanicmelodies
Posted: Aug 09 2018 - 01:58 PM
Subject: 17 years passed and i cannot find these melodies
edit: i don't know how the put hyperlink, so you need to copy and paste link sorry :(

When i was a kid i remember (i am 33 now) 2 mtv videos. One of them i remember singer was saying hands up here is the midi file for it

Second one is i remember the singer was black and here is the melody. Maybe he was saying now on, from now on or just now on. And his name is ratchford or bradford or something else OR probably i can be wrong.

I hope someone can remember these songs. Have a nice day.
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