(You Can't Blame It On) Anybody

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  • In the first part of the song, we can hear Thomas Mars saying: "Let me take you to the isle of the city." This could refer to L'ile de la Cité which is one of the two little islands in Paris. >>
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    Tonyz - Mandelieu
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