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A Little Closer to My Home

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Loser for You Baby
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The Ear Is on Strike
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A Little Closer to Home
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I Pulled the Cover Off You Two Lovers
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Go Ahead on
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Shine Hard as I Can (Dying in the Forrest)
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Chicky Wow Wow
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I Got Lonesomeites
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Somebody Trying to Who-Doo Me
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Don't Want No Monkey Business
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 36:07

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