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One May Morning

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01
It's Alright
5:45  
02
Everytime I Think Of Freedom
3:03  
03
Cotton Eyed Joe
4:31  
04
Pastures Of Plenty
3:52  
05
One May Morning
4:17  
06
Red Are The Flowers
5:31  
07
Blues On The Ceiling
3:20  
08
Run Tell That Major
3:23  
09
Down & out
3:43  
10
Fannin' Street
2:33  
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 39:58

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