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Ultimate Isaac Hayes: Can You Dig It? (Disc 2)

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01
Walk On By
12:04  
02
Joy (Part 1)
4:40  
03
His Eye Is On The Sparrow
4:14  
04
Brand New Me
8:35  
05
If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don't Want To Be Right)
4:32  
06
Someone Made You For Me
4:04  
07
Baby I'm - A Want You
4:40  
08
Let's Stay Together
3:35  
09
Theme From "The Men"
4:00  
10
I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)
4:25  
11
Title Theme (From "Three Tough Guys")
2:36  
12
Run Fay Run
2:48  
13
Chocolate Chip
3:50  
14
Come Live With Me
3:26  
15
Disco Connection
3:41  
16
Rock Me Easy Baby (Part 1)
3:34  
17
Medley: By The Time I Get To Phoenix / I Say A Little Prayer
4:35  
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