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At the Movies, Vol. 4

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I Speak to the Stars (From 'Lucky Me')
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Love You Dearly (From 'Lucky Me')
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Blue Bells of Broadway (From 'Lucky Me')
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Till My Love Comes to Me (From 'Young at Heart')
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Ready, Willing and Able (From 'Young at Heart')
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Hold Me in Your Arms (From 'Young at Heart')
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Just One of Those Things (From 'Young at Heart')
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You My Love (From 'Young at Heart')
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Make it Soon (From 'Young at Heart')
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Anyone Can Fall in Love (From 'Young at Heart')
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It All Depends On You (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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You Made Me Love You (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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Stay On the Right Side Sister (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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Mean to Me (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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Everybody Loves My Baby (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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Sam the Old Accordian Man (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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Shaking the Blues Away (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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Ten Cents a Dance (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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I'll Never Stop Loving You (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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Never Look Back (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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At Sundown (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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Love Me or Leave Me (From 'Love Me or Leave Me')
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Que Sera Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) [From 'The Man Who Knew Too Much']
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We'll Love Again (From 'The Man Who Knew Too Much')
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 59:11

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