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Buddy and Ella's Greatest Hits

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01
Gotta Go Upside Your Head
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:43
 
02
A Pretty Girl
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Ella Johnson
3:08
 
03
Crazy 'Bout a Saxaphone
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:34
 
04
Someday
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:36
 
05
I Don't Want Nobody Baby
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:41
 
06
Aint'cha Got Me (Where You Want Me)
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:51
 
07
Doot Doot Dow
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:51
 
08
Well Do It
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:24
 
09
Alright, Okay, You Win!
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:47
 
10
That's the Stuff You Gonna Want
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Ella Johnson
3:07
 
11
One More Time
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:53
 
12
Mush Mouth
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson
3:04
 
13
Any Day Now
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:38
 
14
That's How I Feel About You
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson
3:12
 
15
Hittin' On Me
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson
3:08
 
16
My Old Man
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:27
 
17
Ain't But One
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson
3:04
 
18
It's All About to Break My Heart in Two
Artist: Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson
2:49
 
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