The Way It Used To Be Engelbert Humperdinck MIDI File MIDI-Karaoke
Engelbert Humperdinck The Way It Used To Be Professional MIDI File
- Item Code: HTX0304
- Composer: Cassano, Franco,cont...
- In the style of: engelbert humperdinck
- Category: Hits of the 1960's
The Way It Used To Be Karaoke MIDI File in the style of Engelbert Humperdinck
The Way It Used To Be is a song recorded and released by Engelbert Humperdinck. The Way It Used To Be was composed by Cassano, Franco,conti, Corrado,argenio, Gianni Ernesto and produced as a backing track for Hit Trax by The MIDI Karaoke Backing Tracks Production Team. The music genre and style category for this MIDI File backing track is Hits of the 1970's. The Way It Used To Be is available in the following song file formats: MIDI Karaoke and MP3 Backing Track. Hit Trax have produced 32 Engelbert Humperdinck titles, available for download 24/7. All Engelbert Humperdinck song files are AMCOS Licensed and royalty paid. © 2000 - 2017. The Way It Used To Be song bio written by John Ialuna for Hit Trax (Australia, USA, UK, Canada and Europe)
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