Cheapskate Lullabyes

Album: Cheapskate Lullabyes (2011)
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  • This downtempo acoustic number is the title track of Charlie Dore's award winning Cheapskate Lullabies album. When she performed it at the 2001 Cropredy Festival she referred to it as "A song for old times." >>
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    Alexander - London, England
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