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Shirley Collins - The Irish Boy / Barbara Allen (All Tracks Remastered)

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The Irish Boy / Barbara Allen (All Tracks Remastered)

Shirley Collins

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The Irish Boy / Barbara Allen (All Tracks Remastered)

Shirley Collins

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The Irish Boy Remastered 2019
00:01:35

Traditional, Composer, Author - Shirley Collins, Artist, MainArtist

2020 Hit Singles Records 2020 J. Joes J. Edizioni Musicali

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Barbara Allen Remastered 2019
00:03:17

Traditional, Composer, Author - Shirley Collins, Artist, MainArtist

2020 Hit Singles Records 2020 J. Joes J. Edizioni Musicali

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