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Facts Of Life / I Don't Know What The World Is Coming To

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01
Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out - Original
2:59  
02
I'm Through Trying To Prove My Love To You - Original
3:48  
03
If You Can't Give Her Love, Give Her Up - Original
2:48  
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That's Heaven To Me - Original
2:51  
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Medley: Holdin' On To My Baby's Love / Nobody - Original
3:09  
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Medley: Facts Of Life / He'll Be There When The Sun Goes Down - Original
6:17  
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Can't Stop A Man In Love - Original
2:23  
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The Look Of Love - Original
3:33  
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Natural Man - Original
2:46  
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All Along The Watchtower - Original
3:20  
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Interlude Number One: I Don't Know - Original
3:15  
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Superstar - Original
3:37  
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If You Want My Love, Put Something Down On It - Original
3:43  
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Git It - Original
4:23  
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What's Your World - Original
5:14  
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Check It Out - Original
3:49  
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Interlude Number Two - Original
3:52  
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Jealous Love - Original
5:47  
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It's All Over Now - Original
2:56  
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Yes Jesus Loves Me - Original
4:14  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 74:44

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eMusic Features

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Remembering Bobby Womack

By Douglas Wolk, Contributor

Bobby Womack, the singer/songwriter/guitarist who died June 27 at the age of 70, was one of R&B's greatest musicians, and one of its most confounding. His 50-year career was marked by one wrong turn after another, party due to his habit of making genuinely catastrophic personal decisions; yet it always righted itself over time. Womack was a singular talent who very often subordinated his own vision to other artists', or relied on other voices to… more »

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Remembering Bobby Womack

By Douglas Wolk, Contributor

Bobby Womack, the singer/songwriter/guitarist who died June 27 at the age of 70, was one of R&B's greatest musicians, and one of its most confounding. His 50-year career was marked by one wrong turn after another, party due to his habit of making genuinely catastrophic personal decisions; yet it always righted itself over time. Womack was a singular talent who very often subordinated his own vision to other artists', or relied on other voices to… more »

They Say All Music Guide

In 1998, Charly released The Facts of Life/I Don’t Know What the World Is Coming To, which contained two complete albums — The Facts of Life (1973, originally released on United Artists) and I Don’t Know What the World Is Coming To (1975, originally released on United Artists) — by Bobby Womack on one compact disc. – Jason Birchmeier