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Rock & Roll Classics Vol.3

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Cheatin´
2:38  
02
You Said You Love Me
2:37  
03
You Done Me Wrong
2:04  
04
Thinking of You
2:08  
05
Don´t You Hear Me Calling You
2:10  
06
I Know
2:38  
07
Little School Girl
2:41  
08
Baby Please
1:57  
09
You Can Pack Your Suitcase
2:22  
10
I Lived My Life
2:02  
11
Love Me
1:56  
12
Where Did You Stay
2:01  
13
Don´t You Know
2:22  
14
Ain´t It a Shame
2:28  
15
La La
2:15  
16
All By Myself
2:24  
17
I Can´t Go On (Rosalie)
2:09  
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Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 38:52

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