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What A Wonderful World

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What A Wonderful World
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Total Tracks: 2   Total Length: 7:05

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VOICE AND TRUMPET

ALLEARSFORMUSIC

Armstrong's Wonderful World is enough to make us think of the wonders of it all. His noticeable deep voice is unique and his trumpet in the following selection is played with singular feeling and technique.

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From a time when we were at war

brad.holloway

To long to have peace again? Louis Armstrong gave us hope that the world would be at peace again. Re-released during the Vietnam War. Field Marshal Brad Holloway of Australia

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Willie Nelson is way better

jackandcokeyummy

Willie Nelson sings "what a wonderful world" 100 X Better

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What a Wonderful World

tomcat_fhs

Wow! What an awesome song and only Louis can sing it right!! Thanks!

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Take me back

marcshep

This song always reminds me of a slower time when I was young. Mom would put some Louis Armstrong on and we would all sit around and just relax.

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Feel Good

stelis

This old classic always gives me chills. In such a fast paced and scary time this song always puts a smile on your face and a tear in your eye remembering when in world was wonderful

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