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Nancy

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God Knows I Love You
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Memories
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Just Bein' Plain Old Me
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Here We Go Again
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My Dad (My Pa)
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Light My Fire
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Big Boss Man
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My Mother's Eyes
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I'm Just In Love
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Son-Of-A-Preacher Man
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Long Time Woman
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For Once In My Life
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Nice 'n' Easy
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Old Devil Moon
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Happy
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Home
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 50:35

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Easy To Love

kjc

Nancy Sinatra - Easy To Love, Beautiful Voice, Listening To Her As Children Made A Lot Of Us Happy! Very Upbeat, Gracious and Sweet Lady!

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I love her voice

latymer14

it's mellow and a little melancholy. she is fabulous. also check out Sugar.

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she cannot sing

hager_m

genetics did not come thru on this one..she simply cannot sing..articulating the lyrics does not mean you can stay on key or ever hold a note..granted it sounds as if someone has given her some vocal lessons..but she was at the end of the graduating class list for sure..sigh..

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NANCY

JAMES

NANCY SINATRA IS AWESOME. SHE IS A POP DIVA...IT IS WORTH DOWNLOADING. VERY UPBEAT SONGS.....JIM FROM KY....

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