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Dan Tyminski|Ten Degrees and Getting Colder (feat. Dailey and Vincent)

Ten Degrees and Getting Colder (feat. Dailey and Vincent)

Dan Tyminski featuring Dailey and Vincent

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Ten Degrees and Getting Colder (feat. Dailey and Vincent)

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Ten Degrees and Getting Colder (feat. Dailey & Vincent)
00:02:23

Gordon Lightfoot, ComposerLyricist - Dan Tyminski, MainArtist - Dailey and Vincent, FeaturedArtist

2022 North Star Records 2022 North Star Records

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Church Street Blues (feat. Molly Tuttle)
00:03:04

Dan Tyminski, MainArtist - Norman Blake, ComposerLyricist - Molly Tuttle, FeaturedArtist

2022 North Star Records 2022 North Star Records

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