True Romance Soundtrack (1993) OST


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    True romance (1993) Soundtrack

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    Amor a quemarropa

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    Una vita al massimo

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Listen True Romance (1993) Soundtrack

True Romance was released in the year 1993, some songs of the official soundtrack are Wounded Bird by Charles and Eddie, Will You Love Me Tomorrow by The Shirelles, White Wedding by Billy Idol, Two Hearts by Chris Isaak. Listen the soundtrack online!

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Wounded bird

Charles and Eddie: performer
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Will you love me tomorrow

The Shirelles: performer
Gerry Goffin: writer
Carole King: writer
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White wedding

Billy Idol: writer, performer
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Two hearts

Chris Isaak: performer, writer
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The other side

Aerosmith: performer
Steven Tyler: writer
Eddie Holland: writer
Lamont Dozier: writer
Brian Holland: writer
Jim Vallance: writer
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Outshined

Soundgarden: performer
Chris Cornell: writer
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In dreams

John Waite: performer
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I need a heart to come home to

Shelby Lynne: performer
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Graceland

Charlie Sexton: performer
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A little bitty tear

Burl Ives: performer
Hank Cochran: writer
  

(love is) a tender trap

Robert Palmer: performer
Sammy Cahn: writer
  

All the way

Jerry DelMonico: performer
  

Chantilly lace

Paul Sutera: performer
Big Bopper: performer
The Big Bopper: writer
  

Everybody loves somebody

Ken Lane: composer
  

Heartbreak hotel

Val Kilmer: performer
Elvis Presley: writer
Mae Boren Axton: writer
Tommy Durden: writer
  

I want your body

Nymphomania: performer
  

Learnin' the blues

Jerry DelMonico: performer
  

Raga yaman

Clem Alford: performer
  

Skinny (they can't get enough)

The Skinny Boys: performer
  

Sous le dôme épais où le blanc jasmin

Edmond Gondinet: performer
Philippe Gille: performer
Léo Delibes: writer
  

You're so cool

Hans Zimmer: composer

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