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Eviva España - Samantha - Eviva España (Vinyl)

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  1. Eviva Espanja by Tuula Siponius was written by Leo Caerts, Leo Rozenstraten and Vexi Salmi and. Tuula Siponius released it on the single Mamma mia in It was covered by Marion [FI], Seija Simola, Hanne, Jorma Kalevi and other artists.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Y Viva España on Discogs. Label: Discophon - S • Format: Vinyl 7 Samantha - Y Viva España (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(12).
  3. Y Viva España (Eviva España) B: Nuestra Historia (Au Moment Ou Tu Partiras) * Items below may differ depending on the release. No Vinyl+CDR 30 Listed For Sale: samantha y viva espana.
  4. Eviva España is een liedje geschreven door Leo Caerts (muziek) en Leo Rozenstraten (tekst). Samantha nam het in voor het eerst op, geproduceerd door Alain Lelièvre (single Basart BRI , B-kant: De zon schijnt voor allen).Het nummer groeide uit tot een wereldhit en is door tientallen artiesten gecoverd, van Imca Marina tot Sylvia Vrethammar of James Last.
  5. Apr 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Samantha Y Viva España YouTube MANOLO ESCOBAR- "Y VIVA ESPAÑA".EN tysocensinsswearcanotorsihallizug.coinfo 3 tysocensinsswearcanotorsihallizug.coinfo DE FIESTA ANIVERSARIO DE RADIOLE. - .
  6. "Eviva España" is a song originally performed in Dutch by Belgian singer Samantha with music and lyrics written by the Belgian song writers Leo Rozenstraten (lyrics) and Leo Caerts (music). Well-known interpretations by Imca Marina and Hanna Aroni followed in
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  8. "Eviva España" (alternatively "Y Viva España") is a Belgian pop song, originally written by composer Leo Caerts and lyricist Leo Rozenstraten in Dutch. It was first recorded and performed by the Belgian singer Samantha (born Christiane Bervoets) in [1].

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