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What You Get Is What You See

by

Tina Turner



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This Country-tinged Rock tune was written by regular Turner collaborators Terry Britten and Graham Lyle. In the song, Turner is telling her man that she's not about to change, and she's fine with that. (thanks, Robbie - Elizabethtown, KY)
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It has been used as a promo for the rugby league season in australia in 1989.
you can easily fid a video in the web.
ordog
- Luca, Bellinzona, Switzerland
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