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Dean Martin - That's Amore

Dean Martin

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That's Amore
00:03:07

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

2
I'm Yours
00:03:13

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

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There's My Lover
00:02:59

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

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You Belong to Me
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Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

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Oh Marie
00:02:23

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

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Kiss
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Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

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Pretty as a Picture
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Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

8
All I Have to Give You
00:02:49

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

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When You're Smiling
00:03:02

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

10
Won't You Surrender
00:02:41

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

11
Night Train to Memphis
00:01:56

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

12
Come Back to Sorrento
00:03:12

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

13
Never Before
00:03:12

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

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Oh Boy! Oh Boy! Oh Boy! Oh Boy! Oh Boy!
00:02:40

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

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Until
00:02:45

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

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As You Are
00:03:05

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

17
Blue Smoke
00:02:25

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

18
Powder Your Face With Sunshine (Smile! Smile! Smile!)
00:02:30

Dean Martin, MainArtist

Westmill Westmill

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