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Per Gessle - Do You Wanna Be My Baby?   (Promo)
 
Country Japan
Year 1997
Date of release 04/04/1997
Format CDS
Label Fundamental Records
Number TOCP-40039

Note: Promotion CDS in a plastic case
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Title
1.Do you wanna be my baby? 3:47
2.Always breaking my heart (Tits & Ass Demo / May 30 '95) 3:06
3.I wanna be with you (Tits & Ass Demo / November 2 '94) 2:51
 
Description:

Do You Wanna Be My Baby? was the first single taken from Per Gessle's solo album The World According To Gessle.

This CDS also includes demo versions of the songs Always Breaking My Heart and I Wanna Be With You which are unavailable anywhere else.

Always Breaking My Heart was written by Per Gessle in 1995 and it was originally recorded by Belinda Carlisle for her album A Woman & A Man.

I Wanna Be With You was written by Per Gessle in 1994 and it was originally recorded by The Lonely Boys for their album The Lonely Boys.