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Author: zarat
Posted: Sep 17 2019 - 01:08 PM
Subject: re: Can some one Identify and Point Me to the Full version of this Music
check it on google , write full ringtone Pirate CAribbean
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Author: melaninatasha
Posted: Sep 15 2019 - 07:53 AM
Subject: Can some one Identify and Point Me to the Full version of this Music
I found this wonderful Pirates of the Caribbean ring tone, but since its just a ring tone its only 30 seconds. Do any one know or can track down the full version which I am sure is somewhere in the internet. I have tried various song finders like Shazam, Sound Cloud, but non of them worked.

I found the ringtone in

Does any of you know any other means that I can track this down?
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