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Wedding Song (There Is Love) - Captain & Tennille - Custom Backing Track MP3

This title is a cover of Wedding Song (There Is Love) as made famous by Captain & Tennille

Tempo: 79.335 BPM

Song key: G

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Duration: 03:22 - Preview at: 02:07

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About Wedding Song (There Is Love)

Release date: 1976
Format: MP3 320 Kbps
Genres: Love Songs, In English
Original songwriters: Noel Paul Stookey, Public Domain

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  • charliegriffin 8 years ago
    The original and most beautiful version of this song is by Paul Stookey (of Peter, Paul & Mary) with E open tuned steel string acoustic + strings and maybe some vocal harmonies. I play it on guitar only, but it would be a mind blast to have a file that is transcribed from the original...where do I send suggestions and do you need/want a copy of the original song. I first heard it on a rare, o limited press collection called "Superstars of the Seventies"