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Eat In Bed (For The Girls) - Soul Katz - Feel The Music EP (Vinyl)

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    Jun 04,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Feel The Music EP on Discogs. Label: Smack Trax - SMX • Format: Vinyl 12 Soul Katz - Feel The Music EP (, Vinyl /5(27).
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    Bill Katz 07 June Reply. There was a song that was spoken in French and really it sounded like two lovers in bed making love. If that’s it, just call up the French consulate and ask for their cultural affairs department. It was a huge hit and any self respecting Frenchman (or woman) will remember it, lol.

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