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Lady In Satin / Lady Sings The Blues

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Disc 1 of 2
01
I'm A Fool To Want You
3:29  
02
For Heaven's sake
3:31  
03
You Don't Know What Love Is
3:53  
04
I Get Along Without You Very Well
3:04  
05
For All We Know
2:58  
06
Violets For Your Furs
3:29  
07
You've Changed
3:22  
08
It's Easy To Remember
4:06  
09
But Beautiful
4:34  
10
Glad To Be Unhappy
4:12  
11
I'll Be Around
3:27  
12
The End Of A Love Affair
4:49  
Disc 2 of 2
01
Lady Sings The Blues
3:49  
02
Trav'lin Light
3:12  
03
I Must Have That Man
3:08  
04
Some Other Spring
3:40  
05
Strange Fruit
3:05  
06
No Good Man
3:22  
07
God Bless The Child
4:02  
08
Good Morning Heartache
3:32  
09
Love Me Or Leave Me
2:37  
10
Too Marvellous For Words
2:15  
11
Willow Weep For Me
3:11  
12
I Thought About You
2:47  
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Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 83:34

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