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Nights in Paris?

Nights in Paris?

Postby EverydayItsTomorrow » Sat May 05, 2012 5:05 am

Trying to find song by group with those words in the title or maybe that's the name of the band. They only made one single as far as I know. It's sort of a new romantic song with a faster beat.

I swear there ain't no heaven/and pray there ain't no hell/but I'll never know by living/only my dying will tell
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Postby Claybricks » Sun May 06, 2012 11:11 am

Those lyrics are the same as this song but it's not New Wave...

Blood Sweat & Tears - And When I Die {1969}

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Postby Claybricks » Mon May 07, 2012 2:22 am

Try this song...

Illusion - Nights In Paris {1979}

"Demos for their third album, "Enchanted Caress", were recorded in 1979 but the project was left incomplete when the band broke up that year. The recordings were remastered and released in 1990."

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