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The Collection

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My Days Are Numbered
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Without Her
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I Can't Quit Her
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More and More
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And When I Die
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Spinning Wheel
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You've Made Me So Very Happy
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Hi-De-Ho (That Ole Sweet Roll)
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Lucretia Mac Evil
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Go Down Gamblin
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Lisa Listen to Me
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Touch Me
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I Can't Move No Mountains
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So Long Dixie
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Save Our Ship
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Back Up Against the Wall
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Tell Me That I'm Wrong
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Got to Get You Into My Life
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I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know
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You're the One
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Lucretia's Reprise
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 21   Total Length: 78:03

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