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My Dearest Dear

Composer Ivor Novello    (click to list other tunes)
Submitted by David Luebbert
Posted 10/24/02; 8:04:30 AM
Msg# 2984 (top msg in thread)
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Chord progression for Ivor Novello's My dearest dear.

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Last update: Thursday, October 24, 2002 at 8:15 AM.