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|Single by Marco Carta|
|from the album Ti Brucia|
|Marco Carta singles chronology|
"Per Sempre"was the first single by Italian singer Marco Carta. It is from his album Ti Brucia .
It was realised in Italy in March 2008 and has obtained a good success.
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|Italy iTunes top 100||18|
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