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Tiny Tina and Little John

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Tiny Tina and Little John
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Studio album by Tina Arena and John Bowles
Released 1977
Genre Pop
Label Pisces Records
Tina Arena and John Bowles chronology
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Tiny Tina and Little John is a 1977 album by Australian singers Tina Arena and John Bowles.[1] It was issued on Compact Disc by Sony Music on 29 June 1998 and digitally on 1 June 1998.[2]

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Track listing

  1. "Rock & Roll Love Letter" – Tina Arena
  2. "Ring Ring" – Tina Arena
  3. "Do Ron Ron" – Tina Arena
  4. "High Hopes" – Johnny Bowles
  5. "Ma (He's Making Eyes at Me)" – Tina Arena
  6. "Let Your Love Flow" – Johnny Bowles
  7. "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" – Tina Arena
  8. "Jeans On" – Tina Arena
  9. "Heartbeat (It's a Love Beat)" – Tina Arena
  10. "Calendar Girl" – Johnny Bowles
  11. "That's Rock 'N' Roll" – Tina Arena
  12. "Anything You Can Do" – Tina Arena
  13. "I'm Your Little Boy" – Johnny Bowles
  14. "When I Kissed the Teacher" – Tina Arena
  15. "Ben" – Johnny Bowles
  16. "Everybody Needs a Rainbow/Everything Is Beautiful" – Tina Arena


  1. ^ Tina and Little John Discogs|publisher=Discogs|accessdate=28 September 2017}}
  2. ^ "Tiny Tina and Little John". iTunes Australia. Retrieved 28 September 2017. 

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