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8 thoughts on “ Medicine Man - Philip Masorti - Fathers Eyes (CD, Album)

  1. Dorothy "Medicine Man": Hey, you, Medicine Man Set me free and change my ways Hey, you, give me a harbor Give me a harbor, w.
  2. My father continues to avoid western medicine as much as he can and there is no convincing him any different. I only hope that the next key given to me will open a door where Eastern and Western medicine will compliment each other. Health care would have the best of both worlds if this would happen.
  3. PHILIP MASORTI IS A SONGWRITER with 80 East Publishing. Contact Philip: [email protected] Upcoming Live Shows: The Bitter End New York, NY July 7 August 4 September 1 October 6 November 3 December 1. Songs. Audio Block. Double-click here to upload or link to ivvisubpejacgerelusrimothetra.co3.
  4. Directed by William Beaudine. With Fess Parker, Kathleen Crowley, Jeff York, David Stollery. The adventures of a group of pioneers as their wagon train crosses the West.
  5. Album: Medicine Man Charted: But that song the three of us were just sitting around and someone came up with the chorus of 'Medicine Man': 'I'm the man, understand, I'm the only one who can.' It was written pretty quickly, which happens with a lot of songs, something flashes and you get a riff, or a line or a title, and then.
  6. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Provided by Amazon Digital Services LLC. Terms and Conditions. Does not apply to gift orders. Stream Father's Eyes by Philip Masorti and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Medicine Man. Medicine Man. Listen.
  7. This article is a stub. Please help us by adding to it and improving it. Don't remove this template until the page has been through a peer review on the talk page. Adds pages to the Master List of Stubs. Music Author Gary Chapman Lyrics Author Gary Chapman Drum & Percussion Roger Clark Bass Steve Schaffer Keyboards Bobby Ogdin Flute Denis Solee Acoustic Guitar Jon Goin © by Paragon .

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