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Mr. Dynamite / Night Train (70 Original Songs - Remastered)

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01
Night Train
3:32  
02
Think
2:51  
03
Please, Please, Please
2:45  
04
Night Flying (Instrumental)
2:18  
05
So Long
2:48  
06
Why Does Everything Happen to Me
2:11  
07
The Bells
2:59  
08
Lost Someone
3:08  
09
Shout and Shimmy
2:51  
10
Just You and Me, Darling
2:49  
11
Tell Me What You're Gonna Do
2:05  
12
Three Hearts in a Tangle
2:54  
13
I Love You, Yes I Do
2:49  
14
Cross Firing
2:25  
15
Try Me
2:33  
16
Love Don't Love Nobody
2:08  
17
I Don't Mind
2:47  
18
Mashed Potatoes U.S.A.
2:54  
19
Bewildered
2:24  
20
Hold It (Instrumental)
2:12  
21
The Scratch
1:47  
22
I'll Never, Never Let You Go
2:22  
23
Let's Make It
2:28  
24
No, No, No, No
2:16  
25
Come Over Here
2:44  
26
I've Got Money
2:32  
27
Youre Mine Youre Mine
2:33  
28
Dancin' Little Thing
2:15  
29
And I Do Just What I Want (Pt. 1)
2:26  
30
You Don't Have to Go
2:48  
31
It Was You
2:46  
32
And I Do Just What I Want (Pt. 2)
2:27  
33
You've Got the Power (feat. Bea Ford)
2:23  
34
I'll Go Crazy
2:09  
35
Good Good Lovin'
2:17  
36
I Feel That Old Feeling Coming On
2:36  
37
Sticky (Instrumental)
2:46  
38
I Want You So Bad
2:49  
39
Bucket Head
2:51  
40
I'll Never Let You Go
2:19  
41
Baby You're Right
3:05  
42
Suds (Instrumental)
2:22  
43
I Know It's True
2:44  
44
Wonder When You're Coming Home
2:33  
45
I Don't Know
2:52  
46
Hold My Baby's Hand
2:16  
47
Got to Cry
2:37  
48
That's When I Lost My Heart
2:52  
49
This Old Heart
2:12  
50
If You Want Me
2:24  
51
Gonna Try
2:47  
52
The Wobble (Instrumental)
2:04  
53
I Won't Plead No More
2:27  
54
I Walked Alone
2:43  
55
It Hurts to Tell You
2:55  
56
Baby Cries Over the Ocean
2:26  
57
Doin' Everything (feat. Henry Moore) [Instrumental]
2:24  
58
Don't Let It Happen to Me
2:53  
59
Messing With the Blues
2:13  
60
Just Won't Do Right
2:36  
61
Can't Be the Same
2:23  
62
That Dood It
2:32  
63
I've Got to Change
2:28  
64
Love or a Game
2:19  
65
Doodle Bee
2:41  
66
There Must Be a Reason
2:28  
67
Begging, Begging
2:56  
68
Bushy Tail (feat. Clifford Scott) [Instrumental]
2:28  
69
Tonk Game (feat. Hank Marr) [Instrumental]
2:40  
70
Switch-a-Roo (feat. Henry Moore) [Instrumental]
2:43  
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