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Roxette - Quisiera Volar (Wish I Could Fly)   (Promo)
 
Country Spain
Year 1999
Date of release 11/01/1999
Format CDS
Label Roxette Recordings
Number PE99119

Note: Promotion CDS in a cardboard sleeve
This release has been viewed 1752 times.


Title
1.Quisiera volar (Wish I could fly) 4:42
2.Alguien (Anyone) 4:31
3.Lo siento (Salvation) 4:44
 
Description:

Quisiera Volar is a Spanish version of Roxette's song Wish I Could Fly and this version of the song was originally meant to be included as a bonus track on a single release in South America but that idea was later cancelled.

Quisiera Volar was instead included as a bonus track on the re-release of the album Have A Nice Day and to promote the release of this album EMI Spain released this one track promotion CDS.

Because of a mistake at the CD factory this promotion CDS include three Spanish songs instead of one even though the name of only one song is printed on the cardboard sleeve.