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Closer to the Bone

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Closer to the Bone
2:33  
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From Here to Forever
3:32  
03
Holy Woman
2:30  
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Starlight and Stone
3:47  
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Sister Sinead
2:21  
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Hall of Angels
3:59  
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Love Don't Live Here Anymore
2:01  
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Good Morning John
2:51  
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Tell Me One More Time
2:39  
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Let the Walls Come Down
2:42  
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The Wonder
3:10  
12
I Hate Your Ugly Face
1:26  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 33:31

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