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Cowboy

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01
Rain
4:11  
02
Worlds On Fire
3:37  
03
Reach Out
3:47  
04
In My Arms
3:36  
05
Don't Say Your Love Is Killing Me
3:46  
06
Precious
3:31  
07
Treasure
3:04  
08
Boy
3:41  
09
How Can I Say
3:17  
10
Save Me Darling
4:01  
11
Love Affair
3:37  
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 40:08

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