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Who sings a French song whose refrain includes 'Rat ta tat ta tat'?
October 03, 2015 2:53PM
A French song whose refrain includes Rat ta tat ta ta! may be Chanson d'amour ("A Love Song") by The Manhattan Transfer or L'enfant au tambour ("The Little Drummer Boy"), as sung by Nana Mouskouri.
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