If You Cared Enough to Cry / Teddy Bears Last Ride 45 rpm by Diana Williams

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Stereo, Capitol, 7 inch, 4317

Condition: good+, has been listened to, found light background noise in areas.
    • Brand Capitol
    • Mfg Part # 4317
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