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Its Yours To Have (Mono) - Freda Payne - Its Yours To Have (Vinyl)

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  1. Artists similar to Freda Payne on twindorirotanhohanridobalthumbslow.co Formed in in the Jamaica district of Queens, New York City, this aptly named group originally included Brenda Reid, Carol Johnson (, USA, d. 7 May ), Lillian Walker and Sylvia Wilbur.
  2. Mary Wilson, Freda Payne & Linda Clifford – American Soul Singers Episode Mary Wilson, Freda Payne and Linda Clifford are classic artists from the golden era of American soul and R&B.
  3. Mar 22,  · Freda Payne - On EASY Street I am compiling a new site with loads of Motown and soul pictures, Vinyl 45’s ep’s and LP’s pictures of covers and labels which will hopefully help, when your.
  4. Official Freda Payne A Song For You lyrics at CD Universe. I've been so many places in my life and time I've sung a lot of songs I've made some bad rhyme I've acted out my love in stages With ten thousand p.
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  9. Allegedly it was banned from military installations because of its anti-war message in the height of the Vietnam War. It is a shame that DJ's don't "bring this song back." I suspect it would have a great resurgence of popularity. If you can get your hands on this CD, you won't be disappointed. We need a little Freda right now/5(5).

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