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Here is mainly music traditional songs - volume 5 - in an MP3 format. Load these into your iPod listing.

SELECT ALL THREE LINK BOXES - MAKE QUANTITY ONE - THEN ADD TO CART. Please do not attempt to purchase these on your iPhone or iPad as there is a likelihood they will not download but only stream.

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Here is mainly music traditional songs - volume 5 - in an MP3 format. Load these into your iPod listing. Wonderful for listening to in the car, at home, and for using in a mainly music session. SELECT ALL THREE LINK BOXES - MAKE QUANTITY ONE - THEN ADD TO CART. Songs include What Shall We Do When We All Go Out? Two Little Birds; Oh Where has my Little Dog Gone?; Bear Hunt; Two Little Chickens; Hickory Dickory Dock; Home on the Range; Skip to My Lou; Twinkle Twinkle; God Made Night Time.

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