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from album (Album Unknown) by Ralph Marterie
CaravanTony BennettThis version did not chart butIt charted twice in 1937: Duke Ellington (# 4) and.. 
from album (Album Unknown) by Ralph Marterie
Pretend-Artist: Nat King Cole-peak Billboard position #2 in 1953-competing versions charted by Ralph.. 
Ralph Wiggum
from album (Hefty Fine) by The Bloodhound Gang
I'm going to Africa, yes ma'am, I'm a brick, was President Lincoln. Okay, Mittens! Th.. 
Medusa-Man (Serienmörder Ralph)
from album (Le Frisur) by Die Ärzte
Ralfi hatte langes Haar, viel länger als es üblich war. Sein Haar, das war kein Modegag, es diente.. 

Streets Of London
from album (Streets Of London) by Ralph McTell
Have you seen the old man, In the closed down market, Picking up the papers, With his worn out shoes.. 
Dear River Thames
from album (British Folk (Best Of)) by Ralph McTell
Dear River Thames, You keep moving along, Not knowing where you're going, Or where you've co.. 
from album (Travelling Man) by Ralph McTell
Me and my brother returned to the water I saw a pike that was two feet long. Two small magicians, ea.. 
Happy Birthday Ralph
from album (A Society Of People Named Elihu) by Atom And His Package
alright, ralph...happy birthday...you freak... you're breakin' hearts and you're breakin.. 
from album (Album Unknown) by Ralph Tresvant
Listen baby don’t even waste your tears on an insensitive man There’s a better place for you I mea.. 
Stone Cold Gentleman
from album (Album Unknown) by Ralph Tresvant
Uh, Stone to the bone, baby Yeah who’s the mack? Stone cold Baby, I’m stone cold Am I what yo.. 
O Death
from album (Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?) by Ralph Stanley
Ooh death Whooooah death Won’t you spare me over ‘til a another year? Well what is this that.. 
The Blue Cyclone
from album (Album Unknown) by Glen Sutton
Well, you've heard of Samson and Hercules, they both brought a lot of folks to their knees, And.. 
Dark Beat
from album (Album Unknown) by Oscar G. & Ralph Falcon
I feel it deep inside me I wanna ride it I can't fight it I might as well rely on the drum beat.. 
from album (Album Unknown) by Ralph Marterie
The road was long and narrow All of dem a feed down in the shadows The war was famed and terrible.. 

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