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8 thoughts on “ Never Said I Loved You - Various - Reggae Nights (Vinyl, LP) ”

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  7. Never said I loved you Cause I didn't want to lower my guard Never said I loved you I ain't always this hot When the waiter shouts for last call Says her name with total recall Suggests a perfect place to go No human being shall ever know The places I can take you to.
  8. The album was released one year after the massive success of "Pass the Dutchie" and the first album. Musical Youth ‎– Different Style. Label: MCA Records ‎– YOU 2. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Great Reggae. this was the first pop Reggae music I herd in my very early youth day's.

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