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  2. Dum, dum, dum, dum, dum, de, doobie, dum. Wah, wah, wah, wah wah Love, love me darlin' Come and go with me. Please don't send me. Way beyond the sea. I need you, darlin' So come go with me. Come, come, come, come. Come into my heart. Tell me, darlin' We will never part. I need you, darlin' So come go with me Yes, I need you.
  3. Explore releases from Colette Deréal at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Colette Deréal at the Discogs Marketplace. Vinyl and CD Discography; 65 Releases 7 Albums 49 Singles & EPs 9 Compilations 27 Appearances 1 Albums Colette Deréal: Dum Dum.
  4. Jun 11,  · Colette Deréal, born Colette Denise de Glarélial ( - ), was a great French actress and singer. At fifteen years old, gifted with a beautiful coloratura voice, she was introduced to .
  5. Expanding bullets were given the name Dum-dum, or dumdum, after an early British example produced in the Dum Dum Arsenal, near Calcutta, India by Captain Neville Bertie-Clay. There were several expanding bullets produced by this arsenal for the British cartridge, including soft-point and hollow-point designs. These were not the first expanding bullets, however; hollow-point expanding.
  6. Colette Deréal (born Colette Denise de Glarélial; 22 September in Saint-Cyr-l'École, Seine-et-Oise (now Yvelines), France – 12 April in Monaco) was a French actress and singer.. Eurovision Song Contest In , Deréal represented Monaco in the Eurovision Song Contest , with the song "Allons, allons les enfants" (Let's go, let's go children).
  7. Colette Carr and Ben Frank Dinero of the New Boyz collaborate on club ready indie pop smash "Get Dumb" - a perfect electric track for the end of summer. In "Get Dumb" Colette and Ben paint a picture of after-party life. This is the second time Colette Carr and Ben Frank Dinero have worked together, since their first track, HAM.

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