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0/16 Nat king Cole: Fascination AUTOMATIC
1/16 FRANCE 1/16 It was fascination I know
2/16 BREMERHAVEN 2/16 And it might have ended Right then, at the start
3/16 HAMBURG 3/16 Just a passing glance Just a brief romance
4/16 Sydney Opera House 4/16 And I might have gone On my way Empty hearted
5/16 BERLIN 5/16 It was fascination I know
6/16 BUDAPEST 6/16 Seeing you alone With the moonlight above
7/16 COLOGNE 7/16 Then I touch your hand And next moment I kiss you
8/16 BIG BEN, LONDON 8/16 Fascination turned to love
9/16 PRAGUE 9/16
10/16 DRESDEN 10/16
11/16 SALZBURG 11/16
12/16 LAS VEGAS 12/16
13/16 VENICE 13/16 It was fascination I know
14/16 DRESDEN 14/16 Seeing you alone With the moonlight above
15/16 Mont-St.-Michel 15/16 Then I touch your hand And next moment I kiss you
16/16 TOWER BRIDGE 16/16 Fascination turned - to - love
Fascination Singer Nat king Cole : Fascination It was fascination I know.
LA FASCINACIÓN DE LA NOCHE AUTOMATICOCanta Nat king Cole: Fascinación It was fascination I know.
SALZBURGO It was fascination I know FRANKREICH And it might have ended Right then, at the start.
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