- Performer Mike Desmond
- Title If I Were The Sky
- Date of release 1959
- Style Ballad
- Other formats WAV VOC AU AC3 VOX MPC DTS
- Genre Pop
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- Size FLAC 1997 mb
- Rating: 4.2
- Votes: 689
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