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    Find a Grave, database and images (granilargardajindforcerunner.xyzinfo: accessed), memorial page for John Kuss (–), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing United German and French Cemetery, Cheektowaga, Erie County, New York, USA ; Maintained by Phyllis Meyer (contributor ).

  2. Arashishakar Reply

    Jul 17,  · John Kuss passed away. This is the full obituary where you can express condolences and share memories. Published in the Edmonton Journal on

  3. JoJogore Reply

    Johnny and Kissa. likes · 15 talking about this. 18+only! Not one to live a boring existence!

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    Kiki Dee (* 6. März in Keighley bei Bradford, Yorkshire; (), von dem sie ebenfalls eine deutsche Version aufnahm (Nein, ich weiß nicht mehr, was ich tu). erschien bei Fontana Records ihr Debütalbum I’m Kiki Dee. Johnny’s Kuss (With a Kiss).

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    Kiki Dee A: Johnny's Kuß (With A Kiss) B: Nein, ich weiß nicht mehr, was ich tu' (Why Don't I Run Away From You) Fontana Germany: TF: Nov 7" 2: Kiki Dee A: The Day Will Come Between Sunday And Monday B: My Whole World Ended (The Moment You Left Me) Tamla Motown Germany: 1C Jul 7" 0: Kiki Dee A: Lonnie.

  6. Zulkibar Reply

    Johnny was a bit unsure, but eventually gave in and agreed with Buster. Surprisingly Gunther had suggested and talked to his own personal teacher. He had taken Johnny to meet her, and Johnny had been hit with a ton a bricks. "Johnny" a voice questioned. Johnny felt his head jerk up, his eyes meeting with the girls. Her name was Zoe.

  7. Tuktilar Reply

    Solang man noch nicht 17 Ist (Je ne voudrais pas pleurer) by Janie Marden; I Like Mike (German version) by Millie; Wenn du da bist by Lulu; Tommy (Terry) by Twinkle; Nein, ich weiss nicht mehr, was ich tu' (Why Don't I Run Away From You?) by Kiki Dee; Was ist Gold, was ist Geld by Cherry Roland; Dream Boy by Susan Maughan.

  8. Vir Reply

    Nadelstiche Amerikanische und britische Interpreten singen in deutscher Sprache - ein faszinierender wie amüsanter Randbereich der Popmusik. Habe ich mir mal im Netz "eingekauft". In den Sechzigern gab es dann kein Halten mehr: Schluss mit.

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