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RIP Amy you will forever be missed.
It says "I wanna go to my RAY and my CHERRY"....Ray Charles and Cherry was her guitar, she made a song called Cherry on her debut album Frank. Please change the lyrics, she's not talking about RED wine, she's talking about RAY Charles!
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