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"Mr. Bojangles / I Will Talk And Hollywood Will Listen"
are songs by British pop
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singer Robbie Williams
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released as a double A-side exclusively in Central
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and Eastern Europe
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in early 2002. The single did not manage to break into the top forty in any country, but the songs, especially "Mr. Bojangles", became substantial radio hits around Europe in 2002.
- "Mr. Bojangles" - 3:15
- "I Will Talk And Hollywood Will Listen" - 3:17
- "The Lady Is A Tramp" - 2:55
|Dutch Singles Chart
|Swiss Singles Chart
|German Singles Chart