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(Why Does My Heart Go) Boom! - Various - Hits Of World War II Vol. 1 - The Great British Dance Bands 1939-1945 - Hits Of World War II (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Arashishakar
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Always in My Heart: Classics Songs from World War II, Vol. 2 - Various Artists on AllMusic -
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  2. Gardalkis
    The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: exuninivtweedanopdelcomppuncstanin.xyzinfo Sitting on a bench in the sunshine Filling up my belly with some fine wine All locked up in the afternoon Kiss my baby and my heart go boom Make my heart go boom-boom Diddly-bop, diddly-bop, diddly-bop, boing Diddly-bop, diddly-bop, diddly-bop, boing Diddly-bop, diddly-bop, diddly-bop, boing Diddly-bop, diddly-bop, diddly-bop.
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  3. Dorr
    My Heart Goes Boom Lyrics: And my heart, goes boom boom boom / And my heart, goes boom boom boom / Hey / I don´t need no doctor treating me / I don´t need no pills or theraphy / .
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  4. Vitilar
    , Why does my heart go boom [music] / English lyric by Roma Campbell Hunter ; music and French lyric by Charles Trenet. Wikipedia Citation. Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
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  5. Douzragore
    Mar 05,  · My Heart Goes Boom (La Di da Da) My Heart Will Go On - Duration: Best Shuffle Dance Music ♫ 24/7 Live Stream Video Music ♫ Best .
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  6. Kazijind
    "My Heart Goes Boom" was the Norwegian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest , performed in English by Charmed. The song is an up-tempo number, with the lyrics describing the first time a young woman saw her lover. Attracting most attention, however, were the lines "You were standing in the shadows, looking quite impossible/I lost my mind.
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  7. Akinojora
    Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song Heart & Soul by World War II Music on iHeartRadio!
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  8. Vogrel
    I did however greatly enjoy learning about the sweet versus the hard jazz bands, and the inadvertent negative side to the integration of song lyrics deeply into the story line of 's an 's Broadway musicals (the songs thus becoming semi-operatic, similar to the pre-Gershwin era, and thus less portable to jazz interpreters such as Sinatra.
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