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The Legend of Roy Orbison

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I'be a Legend in My Time
3:11  
02
Cry
2:44  
03
Blue Avenue
2:22  
04
Here Comes That Song Again
2:47  
05
Today's Teardrops
2:12  
06
Pretty One
2:21  
07
Blue Angel
2:54  
08
Twenty-Two Days
3:10  
09
I'll Say It's My Fault
2:24  
10
Only the Lonely
2:28  
11
Bye Bye Love
2:16  
12
Come Back to Me (My Love)
2:30  
13
Uptown
2:10  
14
I Can't Stop Loving You
2:46  
15
Raindrops
1:55  
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 38:10

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