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Author: anybody
Posted: Aug 09 2016 - 07:17 PM
Subject: re: I need to know the name of this song
The first match my search engine found when I typed in "song we can make this world a better place" is this one:
Unfortunately I couldn't find out where your quotation of the verse ends, so please put it into quotation marks.
Btw this is the Musipedia General forum, you might have a better chance in the Melody forum:
Author: caosjj
Posted: Aug 08 2016 - 06:19 AM
Subject: I need to know the name of this song
hello all :) need to know the name of this song, I just remember this verse : we can make this world a better place in when believe, if anyone knows or can help me I will be grateful :) thx
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