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Ramzi Al-Ra2ees Songs & plays

7aj sari el hiari 6alab o ma kan be 2eidi ela anafeth, special thanks goes to Ja'afar al-shishani for the files.



  1. Granada

  2. Imposter

  3. Latino

  4. Sad Lisa

  5. Nojoom Al-Lail



[tags] Ramzi, Al-Ra2ees, Songs, Plays, Nice, Songs, MP3 [/tags]

Comments

  1. La wallah sa7eb Wajeb 7ajji Jad ... 3arfeenak ... min youm youmak ... Aseeel!

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    Great music by the way. This should start popularizing the regional agenda?

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  4. Amjad,
    aiwa wala el zalameh hatha gada3

    Qwaider,
    thanks.

    Sari,
    lah ya wal etha mesh 3ashanak 3ashanu, regional agenda? sho 7asheesh ma 7asheesh? sayer tes2al as2eleh '3arebeh man

    Firas,
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    ???? ?? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ??? ????

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  5. Very nice
    keep it up
    :D

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