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Buddy Holly - Behind The Legend

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Peggy Sue
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That'll Be The Day
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Listen To Me
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Everyday
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Oh, Boy
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Not Fade Away
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Maybe Baby
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Rave On
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Think It Over
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It's So Easy
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It Doesn't Matter Anymore
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True Love Ways
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