"I Know Their Name" as written by and Ivan Doroschuk Doroschuk....
I know their name. I saw their picture in the paper yesterday
I know their name. I saw the story that was written on the page
I know their name. I used to play with them they lived a block away
I know their name. Their father used to drive a light blue Chevrolet
I know their name. I used to play with them I swear I know their name
I know their name. I used to play with them I swear I know their
I know their name. I know their name. I know their name
I know their name.
I know their name. I saw their picture in the paper yesterday
I know their name. I saw the story that was written on the page
I know their name. They had a dog that used to answer to Barney
I know their name. I used to play with them they lived a block away
I know their name. I used to play with them I swear I know their name
I know their name. I used to play with them I swear I know their
I know their name. I know their name. I know their name
I know their name.
(La guitar)
I know their name. I used to play with them I swear I know their name
I know their name. I used to play with them I swear I know their
I know their name. I know their name. I know their name
I know their name.
I say. I know. I know
I know their name. I know. I know
I know their name. I know. I know
I know their name. I know. I know (their name)
I say:
I I I I I I I know their name. I know. I know. I know their name
I I I I I I I know their name. I know. I know. I know their name
I say. I know. I know
I know their name. I know. I know
I know their name. I know. I know
I know their name. I know. I know (their name)
I know their name
I know their name
I know their name


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"I Know Their Name" as written by Colin John Doroschuk Allan Joseph Mccarthy

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