Series: Kronkels

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Allemaal onzin by Simon Carmiggelt
Articles de Paris & Vliegen vangen by S. Carmiggelt
De avond valt by Simon Carmiggelt
Bemoei je d'r niet mee & De rest van je leven by S. Carmiggelt
Brood voor de vogeltjes/Slenteren by S. Carmiggelt
Dag opa & Oude mensen by S. Carmiggelt
Duiven melken & Alle orgels slapen by S. Carmiggelt
De gedichten by S. Carmiggelt
Honderd dwaasheden by S. Carmiggelt
Ik red me wel & Bij nader omzien by S. Carmiggelt
Kraaltjes rijgen & Een toontje lager by S. Carmiggelt
De kuise drinker & Schemeren by Simon Carmiggelt
Louter leugens & Poespas by Simon Carmiggelt
Mijn moeder had gelijk ; Twijfelen is toegestaan by S. Carmiggelt
Mooi weer vandaag & Fluiten in het donker by S. Carmiggelt
Morgen zien we wel weer & Je blijft lachen by S. Carmiggelt
Spijbelen . Haasje over by S. Carmiggelt
Vergeet het maar by Simon Carmiggelt
Vroeger kon je lachen by Simon Carmiggelt
De vrolijke jaren/Zelfportret in stukjes by Simon Carmiggelt
We leven nog & Later is te laat by S. Carmiggelt

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