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1.       helpplease
7 posts
 19 May 2010 Wed 03:00 pm

Could someone please tell me how to find a Turkish song which says ´I will miss you´ in relation to a wife/husband/partner?

 

I want to find it on the internet and play it.

 

Any help would be great. Thank you

2.       Sonbahar
455 posts
 19 May 2010 Wed 05:33 pm

Merhaba,

Here is a link that may help you...

http://www.facebook.com/ayrilik.ve.ozlem.sarkilari

 

Good luck..Smile

 

3.       helpplease
7 posts
 19 May 2010 Wed 06:00 pm

Thank you. Do you know if they are all about missing? Do you know a good one in particular about ´you are going to miss someone´? I don´t want to play a song saying ´i am´ missing, I want one that says ´I will´ miss.

4.       Sonbahar
455 posts
 19 May 2010 Wed 06:11 pm

Sorry I am a learner, a beginner...  so I can´t answer you correctly. All I know is that these songs are about missing and separation...

 

Here is another link about "I will miss you" songs.

http://www.videolife.tk/özleyecegim/

 

Good luck again...



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