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Lookin' For A Love Again / B.W. Goes C.W.

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01
Lookin' For A Love - Original
2:39  
02
I Don't Wanna Be Hurt By Ya Love Again - Original
3:24  
03
Doing It My Way - Original
5:33  
04
Let It Hang Out - Original
2:24  
05
Point Of No Return - Original
2:39  
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You're Welcome, Stop On By - Original
3:43  
07
You're Messing Up A Good Thing - Original
2:35  
08
Don't Let Me Down - Original
2:06  
09
Copper Kettle - Original
3:20  
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There's One Thing That Beats Failing - Original
2:44  
11
Don't Make This The Last Date For You and Me - Original
3:18  
12
Behind Closed Doors - Original
2:31  
13
Bouquet Of Roses - Original
2:47  
14
Tired Of Living In The Country - Original
2:03  
15
Tarnished Rings - Original
2:42  
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Big Bayou - Original
2:49  
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Song Of The Mockingbird - Original
3:09  
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I'd Be Ahead If I Could Quit While I'm Behind - Original
2:38  
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You - Original
2:41  
20
I Take It On Home - Original
3:17  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 59:02

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Average-Nights-Jack

Filled in some gaps from Lookin' for a Love and then added to my collection the BW goes CW, which has been on my want list for too many years. Awesome voice, great delivery, top talent.

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