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Girls Just Want to Have Fun - Cyndi Lauper - Custom Backing Track MP3

This title is a cover version of Girls Just Want to Have Fun as made famous by Cyndi Lauper

Same as the original tempo: 120.41 BPM

In the same key as the original: F♯

This track ends without fading out

Duration: 03:52 - Sample at: 02:00

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Drum kit
Rhythm electric guitar
Electric guitar (muted)
Synth Pad
Synth Keys
Synth Keys (Percussion)
Backing vocals
Lead vocal

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About Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Release date: 1983
Format: MP3 320 Kbps
Genres: Synthpop, Pop, Soundtracks (TV & Movie), In English
Original songwriter: Robert Hazard

All files available for download are backing tracks, they're not the original music.

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  • 7 years ago
    • has rated this track
    Changing the pitch will effect the quality. It's digital. What do you expect for £1.99 A band recording in YOUR key!. Karaoke version is the ONLY company to offer such a vast range of songs that can be totally edited and in the original key are always near perfect replications. GREAT.
  • DPButler 8 years ago
    Hi, When i brought the key down a tone (2 steps), the version is completely different!! Do you think you can rectify this? Thanks in advance, Damian