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Greatest Hits

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01
Under Your Spell Again
2:41  
02
Above And Beyond
2:23  
03
Foolin' Around
2:37  
04
Under The Influence Of Love
2:18  
05
Loose Talk
2:30  
06
Kickin' Our Hearts Around
2:34  
07
You're For Me
2:11  
08
Act Naturally
2:19  
09
Love's Gonna Live Here
1:58  
10
My Heart Skips A Beat
2:24  
11
Together Again
2:23  
12
I Don't Care (Just As Long As You Love Me)
2:07  
13
Before You Go
2:08  
14
Only You (Can Break My Heart)
2:17  
15
I've Got A Tiger By The Tail
2:10  
16
Buckaroo
1:57  
17
Think Of Me
2:14  
18
How Long Will My Baby Be Gone?
2:11  
19
It Takes People Like You (To Make People Like Me)
2:00  
20
Sweet Rosie Jones
3:32  
21
Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass?
2:20  
22
Johnny B. Goode
2:09  
23
Tall Dark Strangers
2:56  
24
Big In Vegas
3:05  
25
The Kansas City Song
2:17  
26
Bridge Over Troubled Water
2:36  
27
Ruby
2:22  
28
Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms
2:16  
29
I'll Be Waiting For You
2:23  
30
Made In Japan
2:43  
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Total Tracks: 30   Total Length: 72:01

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