Album: The Witches Of Eastwick (2000)

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  • Not to be confused with the George Harrison classic, this duet for teenagers from the musical The Witches Of Eastwick was written (lyrics) by John Dempsey and (music) by Dana P. Rowe. The recording by the original London cast runs to 4 minutes 4 seconds. The song - performed by the characters Michael and Jennifer - is the second from Act Two. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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