I Tried (Mull Historical song)


I Tried (Mull Historical song)

“I Tried” is the second single from Mull Historical Society. The song was released on March 19 2001 on CD and 7" vinyl.

Track list

#“I Tried”
#“Some You Win Some You Lose”


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