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How to download songs i paid for

I have bought 3 songs already, but I dont know how to transfer them to my mp3 player. It plays on my computer and shows that i bought it but it seems that i can only burn them to a cd. What do I do?

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Hi

go to the songs :
copy

go to

my computer/removable disk f: or e: some times

click on it twice

paste the songs

and there u go

enjoy it
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