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Daniel Jay Paul - Tides of the Heart flac mp3
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Daniel Jay Paul
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Tides of the Heart
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Affairs of the Heart is the third studio album by American pop singer Jody Watley, released in 1991 (see 1991 in music). I Want You" (André Cymone, Watley). Call on Me" (Cymone, Watley). I'm the One You Need" (David Morales, Alec Shantzis, Watley). Affairs of the Heart" (Cymone, Watley). Commitment of Love" (George Lyter, Michael O'Hara, Denise Rich). It All Begins with You" (Lyter, O'Hara, Rich). Dance to the Music" (Terry Coffey, Jon Nettlesbey, Watley). Strange Way" (Cymone, Watley).

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Daniel" is a song by English recording artist Bat for Lashes, from her second studio album, Two Suns. It is her best selling single to date, selling over 46,000 copies worldwide. The song was announced as the lead single from Two Suns in January 2009, then released as a digital download single on 1 March 2009, and as a 7" vinyl single on 6 April 2009. The single's cover features Khan with an image of the character Daniel LaRusso, from the film The Karate Kid, painted on her back. A character much like LaRusso also features at the end of the music video which goes with the song. The B-side of the 7" is a cover version of a 1980 single by The Cure.

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