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Author: cathyschuchman
Posted: Jun 01 2018 - 07:41 PM
Subject: re: Please help me find this song
I'm looking for a song with the same beginning melody as "Everybody Wants To Rule The World." A slow song, almost classical sounding, some violins, a man singing, possibly 2010'ish, some lyrics "we knew we'd get there someday" and "something my way."
Author: woyapp
Posted: May 19 2018 - 11:37 AM
Subject: Please help me find this song
Country song, sung by a female, only lyrics I know are:

"she don't wanna hear your voice don't wanna know your name...She's not like other girls she'll do it all for free"

Google isn't giving me anything!!
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