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In the Wee Small Hours

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In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning
3:03  
02
Mood Indigo
3:31  
03
Glad to Be Unhappy
2:40  
04
I Get Along Without You Very Well
3:43  
05
Deep In a Dream
2:54  
06
I see your Face Before Me
3:24  
07
Can't We Be friends
2:53  
08
When Your Lover Has Gone
3:11  
09
What Is This Thing Called Love
2:36  
10
Last Night When We Were Young
3:19  
11
I'll Be Around
2:58  
12
Ill Wind
3:48  
13
It Never Entered My Mind
2:43  
14
Dancing On the Ceiling
3:00  
15
I'll Never be the Same
3:06  
16
This Love of Mine
3:37  
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 50:26

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