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Real Magic - Don't Fool Around FLAC album


Performer: Real Magic
Genre: Soul and Funk music / Pop music
Title: Don't Fool Around
Released: 1984
Style: Ballad
FLAC version ZIP size: 1937 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1666 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1932 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 415
Other Formats: ASF TTA VOC APE AC3 ADX AIFF

Не валяй дурака ( Don’t fool around ).

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Fool in Love (оригинал Rihanna) He adores me, he's my biggest fan. И обожает меня - он мой самый большой поклонник! And don't get me wrong, Не поймите меня превратно, I know he's not perfect in your eyes.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Don't Fool Around
Arranged By – Vince RusselProducer – Arnold BabwahWritten By – Arnold Babwah
B1 Don't Fool Around (Instrumental Version)

Notes

"Composed by Arnold Babwah, who sought out Tony (Wilson) to do the vocals on this recording...

On Babwah, Tony had this to say, "Arnold came to me with this song asking me to sing it for him - but, he sounded very good singing it himself - however, he still insisted that I do it...") "

Note taken from video uploaded by Shawn Randoo, who interviewed Tony Wilson for a book he wrote.