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Dr. John: Legends

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New Orleans
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Mean Cheatin' Woman
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Zu Zu Man
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Tipitina
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A Little Closer To My Home
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In The Night
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Go Ahead
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Did She Mention My Name
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One Night Late
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Bald Head
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Bringyour Love
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Qualified
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Mama Roux
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Woman Is The Root Of All Evil
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The Grass Looks Greener Yonder
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She's Just A Square
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Loser For You Baby
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Scrubbin'
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Whichever Way The Wind Blows
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Quitters Never Win
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Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 63:46

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