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If You Could Read My Mind

By ron61 39 in the Style of Gordon Lightfoot
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For the Feature :)

Oh, What It Did To Me

By ron61 39 in the Style of Tanya Tucker
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Audio Recorded

Submitted to : " COUNTRY SHOWDOWN - Round 3 "

Walkin' After Midnight

By ron61 39 in the Style of Patsy Cline
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Audio Recorded

For The Feature :)

Don't You Ever Get Tired (Of Hurting Me)

By ron61 39 in the Style of Ronnie Milsap
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Audio Recorded

Just 'cause :)

Home

By ron61 39 in the Style of Michael Bublé
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Submitted to : " Destiny By Tarot round 4 - THE FINALS "

How Long Will I Love You

By ron61 39 in the Style of Ellie Goulding
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Submitted to : " Destiny By Tarot round 4 - THE FINALS "

Just Like A Woman

By ron61 39 in the Style of Bob Dylan
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BONUS SONG !

(Sitting On) The Dock Of The Bay

By ron61 39 in the Style of Otis Redding
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Submitted to : " SHANDEBEL'S SPIRIT OF THE 60'S - ROUND 3 "

What's Forever For

By ron61 39 in the Style of Michael Martin Murphey
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Submitted to : " Denise's Country Showdown - Round One " ***************************************************************** "What's Forever For" is a song written by Rafe VanHoy and first recorded by England Dan and John Ford Coley on their 1978 album Dr. Heckle & Mr. Jive. The song saw its biggest success when it was recorded by American country music artist Michael Martin Murphey. It was released in June 1982 as the third single from his album, Michael Martin Murphey. "What's Forever For" was Murphey's first of two number ones on the country chart. The single went to number one for one week and spent sixteen weeks in the country top 40.[1] On the Hot 100, "What's Forever For" peaked at number 19 on the Billboard Hot 100.[2]

A Summer Song

By ron61 39 Featuring VeeGee 62 in the Style of Chad & Jeremy
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*** BONUS SONG *** " SHANDEBEL'S SPIRIT OF THE 60'S - ROUND 2 " **************************************************************** Couldn't resist turning VeeGee's beautiful solo into a Bonus duet song :)