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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > looking for ice-cream car music
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Author: ivo
Posted: May 27 2005 - 10:38 PM
Subject: looking for ice-cream car music
Score and Parsons were inconsistent, so I checked on the web and found a version that seemed (looked and sounded) better. Hope you agree. See * RDUUDUUDUDDDRDDDDUUUDDUD
Author: Rainer
Posted: May 26 2005 - 03:21 PM
Subject: looking for ice-cream car music
I've added it to the collection so hopefully you won't have to answer it again.

Author: Christina
Posted: May 26 2005 - 02:48 PM
Subject: looking for ice-cream car music
I've answered this once before in the forum! It's called "Music Box Dancer" and it was an instrumental (piano) hit for Frank Mills in 1979. Hope that's a help.
Author: Hans
Posted: May 26 2005 - 12:36 PM
Subject: looking for ice-cream car music
As a child I heard this tune in the radio. The last time I heard it was when the ice-cream car came. I can't find it anywhere.

 search Musipedia for this

Thanks, Hans

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