|Ti me više ne voliš |
You Don't Love Me Anymore
|Studio album by|
|Donna Ares chronology|
Ti me više ne voliš (You Don't Love Me Anymore) is the debut studio album by Bosnian pop singer Donna Ares. It was released in 1998 through Sani Records.
All of the songs were written by Ares and produced by her husband Džavid Ljubovci.
|1.||"Šta mi vrijedi" (What Does It Matter)|
|2.||"Ti me više ne voliš" (You Don't Love Me Anymore)|
|3.||"Nemoj lagati" (Don't Lie)|
|5.||"Vodi me" (Lead Me)|
|6.||"Meni nije žao" (I'm Not Upset)|
|7.||"Reci mi da znam" (Tell Me So I Know)|
|8.||"Budi kraj mene" (Be Next to Me)|
|9.||"Pustite me noćas" (Let Me Go Tonight)|
|10.||"Be My Friend"|
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