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The Complete Jerry Lee Lewis: Before The Music Died

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Disc 1 of 2
01
Crazy Arms
2:46  
02
End Of The Road
1:49  
03
Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On
2:54  
04
It'll Be Me
2:47  
05
Great Balls Of Fire
1:53  
06
You Win Again
2:57  
07
Down The Line
2:14  
08
Breathless
2:44  
09
High School Confidential
2:31  
10
Fools Like Me
2:52  
11
The Return Of Jerry Lee
2:34  
12
Lewis Boogie
2:01  
13
Break Up
2:40  
14
I'll Make It All Up To You
3:06  
15
It Hurt Me
2:41  
16
I'll Sail My Ship Alone
2:09  
17
Lovin Up A Storm
1:53  
18
Big Blon' Baby
1:42  
19
Let's Talk About Us
2:09  
20
The Ballad Of Billy Joe
2:59  
21
Little Queenie
2:25  
22
I Could Never Be Ashamed
2:26  
23
Old Black Joe
2:05  
24
Baby Baby Bye Bye
1:59  
25
John Henry
2:33  
26
Hang Up My Rock and Roll Shoes
2:33  
Disc 2 of 2
01
In The Mood
2:21  
02
I Get The Blues When It Rains
2:15  
03
When I Get Paid
2:49  
04
Love's Made A Fool Of Me
2:48  
05
What'd I Say
2:28  
06
Livin' Lovin' Wreck
2:04  
07
It Won't Happen To Me
3:00  
08
Cold Cold Heart
3:08  
09
Save The Last Dance For Me
1:52  
10
As Long As I Live
2:28  
11
Money (That's What I Want)
2:37  
12
Bonnie B
2:21  
13
Mean Women Blues
2:26  
14
I'm Feeling Sorry
2:38  
15
Turn Around
2:49  
16
Don't Be Cruel
2:00  
17
Goodnight Irene
2:54  
18
Put Me Down
2:24  
19
It All Depends (On Who Will Buy The Wine)
3:00  
20
Ubangi Stomp
1:48  
21
Jambalaya
2:00  
22
When The Saints
2:12  
23
Matchbox
1:43  
24
Hillbilly Music (Country Music Is Here To Stay)
2:08  
25
Frankie and John
2:35  
26
Home
1:59  
27
Hello Hello Baby
3:25  
28
My Girl Josephine
1:42  
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Total Tracks: 54   Total Length: 131:16

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