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Unchain My Heart - Ray Charles - Collection (CD)

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  1. Ray Charles / Hits в продаже на аудио компакт-диске в интернет-магазине Коллектомания. Формат: CD, дата релиза: , страна: Евросоюз, лейбл: Not Now Music.
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  2. Unchain My Heart" is a song written by Bobby Sharp () and recorded first in by Ray Charles and in by Trini Lopez and later by many others. Sharp, a .
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  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Unchain My Heart - Ray Charles on AllMusic -
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  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Unchain My Heart The Best Of on Discogs. Label: Companion - ,Monada - • Series: Hit Memories Collection • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Blues • Style: Rhythm & Blues/5(4).
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  6. Unchain my heart, baby let me be Unchain my heart 'cause you don't care about me You've got me so like a pillow case But you let my love go away so Unchain my heart oh! Please me set me free. Unchain my heart, baby let me go Unchain my heart, 'cause you don't love me no more Ev'ry time I call you on the phone Some fella tells me that you're not.
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  7. Jan 19,  · Unchain My Heart:Ray Charles. #1 R&B and #9 on pop charts in (Capo 4th fret.) #1. Em Unchain my heart, baby, let me be. C7 Em Unchain my heart, cause you don't care about me Am Em You've got me sewed up like a pillow case, Am Em but you let my love go to waste, so C7 B Em unchain, my heart, please set me free. #2. Em Unchain my heart.
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  8. Unchain My Heart is the eleventh studio album by Joe Cocker, released in Miller Lite used Joe Cocker's recording of "Unchain My Heart" for their Dalmatian campaign as the dog jumps from the Budweiser Clydesdale horse-drawn carriage to the Miller Lite truck.
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  9. About Unchain My Heart "Unchain My Heart" is a song written by Bobby Sharp and recorded first in by Ray Charles and in by Trini Lopez and later by many others. Sharp, a drug addict at the time, sold the song to Teddy Powell for $
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