Jess Ray - "Did Not Our Hearts Burn"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did Not Our Hearts Burn | Jess Ray

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  1. Richard Ferguson

    This is really beautiful!

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    • A Family Story

      Thanks, Richard! We’re big fans of Jess Ray. Check her out on YouTube and Spotify.

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      • Betty Berube

        I love her passion and voice.

        thanks for sharing

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  2. Ryan Haley

    Love the live-loop; cool!

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