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List of Free Music!


What's better for getting moving than a little old school music or some other catchy song or tunes?  Here is some freebie music from around the web to use while exercising, dancing, cleaning around the house or perking you up in the car!

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tawna6988 said…
Blog hopping today and am your newest follower. I hope that 1 of my blogs interests you too.

http://tawnasplan.blogspot.com
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I also do a weekend blog hop, you can link up on tawnasplan.blogspot.com open every Friday-Sunday!
Thanks
Tawna
W.B. said…
Isn't old school music the best? Can't Touch This is one of the greatest songs out there. I have it on repeat on my iPod as we speak. :P
Karren Haller said…
Hi There I am your newest follower and appreciate that you are following mine. Check out my others at http://ohmyheartsie.blogspot.com or
http://livelaughlovetocook.blogspot.com
Thanks have a great day!
Karren
Brandy Nelson said…
Hi! Thanks for stopping by and following, as well as entering my giveaway! I know what you mean about stress,lol...We have a 14 month old and a 2 month old, so we rarely get much couple time. I'm following you back!

Brandy
http://www.NewlyCrunchyMamaOf3.com

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