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No Sad Songs

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No Sad Songs
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I Worry About You
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Nine Pound Steel
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Put the Trust in Me
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In the Same Old Way
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Can't No Happiness
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Come On Get It
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Baby Don't Be Looking in My Mind
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The Dock of the Day
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Your Love
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Help Yourself
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Wichita Lineman
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Don't Let Me Lose That Feeling
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In the Still of the Night
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It's Hard to Get Along
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In the Ghetto
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I Got a Whole Lot of Lovin'
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Wounded Man
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Time and Space
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Straight Down to Heaven
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When
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After All the Lights Go Down
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Rainbow Road
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(You Keep Me) Hangin' On
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Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 64:56

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