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  • Stephen Youll

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  • Paul Youll

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  • Maybe You'll Be There

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  • Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon

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    "Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon" is a song written by American musician Neil Diamond, whose recording of it on Bang Records reached number 10 on the US pop singles chart in 1967. The song enjoyed a second life when it appeared on the 1994 Pulp Fiction soundtrack, performed by rock band Urge Overkill. Other versions have been recorded by Cliff Richard (1968), Jackie Edwards (1968), the Biddu Orchestra (1978), and 16 Volt (1998).

  • You'll Never Get to Heaven (If You Break My Heart)

    You'll Never Get to Heaven (If You Break My Heart)

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  • You'll Never Be Alone (film)

    You'll Never Be Alone (film)

    You'll Never Be Alone (Spanish: Nunca vas a estar solo) is a 2016 Chilean drama film directed by Álex Anwandter. It was shown in the Panorama section at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival. The film won a Jury Award from the Teddy Awards for LGBT-related feature films.

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