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I Loves You Porgy

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01
I Loves You Porgy
2:59  
02
The Blues Are Brewin'
3:04  
03
Ain't Nobody's Business If I Do
3:22  
04
Good Morning Heartache
3:08  
05
Do Your Duty
3:18  
06
Somebody's On My Mind
3:00  
07
Deep Song
3:12  
08
Keeps On a-Rainin'
3:17  
09
Solitude
3:12  
10
No More
2:48  
11
That Old Devil Called Love
2:55  
12
My Man, mon homme
3:00  
13
You're My Thrill
3:26  
14
Big Stuff (Pt. 1)
2:32  
15
I'll Look Around
3:14  
16
Girls Were Made to Take Care of Boys
3:16  
17
There Is No Greater Love
2:58  
18
God Bless the Child
3:12  
19
Crazy He Calls Me
3:06  
20
Guilty
3:14  
21
Big Stuff (Pt. 2)
2:29  
22
Them There Eyes
2:52  
23
You Better Go Now
2:36  
24
Baby, I Don't Cry Over You
3:12  
25
Don't Explain
2:56  
26
Baby Get Lost
3:17  
27
My Man (Alternate Take)
3:13  
28
You Can't Lose a Broken Heart
3:16  
29
Solitude (Alternate Take)
3:17  
30
No Good Man
3:08  
31
Big Stuff (Alternate Version)
2:48  
32
You've Changed
3:20  
33
Don't Explain (Alternate Version)
3:24  
34
Gimmie a Pigfoot and a Bottle of Beer
2:46  
35
My Sweet Hunk O'trash
3:21  
36
No Good Man (Alternate Version)
3:23  
37
This Is Heaven to Me
2:54  
38
Now or Never
3:18  
39
Guilty (Alternate Version)
2:53  
40
'tain't Nobody's Business If I Do
3:22  
41
No More (Alternate Version)
3:07  
42
Please Tell Me Now
3:17  
43
Weep No More
3:23  
44
Easy Living
3:15  
45
Lover Man, Oh, Where Can You Be?
3:18  
46
Big Stuff (Alternate Version 2)
2:59  
47
What Is This Thing Called Love?
3:06  
48
Baby, I Don't Cry Over You (Alternate Take)
3:13  
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Total Tracks: 48   Total Length: 149:36

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