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Sugar

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Sweet Georgia Brown
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Vagabond Shoes
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Oh! You Beautiful Doll
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Hard Hearted Hannah
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All By Myself
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Coastin'
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Mama Goes Where Papa Goes
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Let's Fall In Love
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What'll I Do
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Limehouse Blues
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Sugar Town
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Button Up Your Overcoat
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My Buddy
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Love Eyes
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Somethin' Stupid (with Frank Sinatra)
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Album Information
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 43:27

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Loved it

honeydo

This is a great album

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Look at that cover!

fortyfives

She is so gorgeous! The music is pretty great too!

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Another Classic

coopco95843

Downloaded Something Stupid, which I found by looking at someone else's public download list. You can also find These Boots Are Made For Walking on this site. Classic oldies and originals.

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My Favorites...

SDez

I'm not familiar with this album, but I love "Sugar Town" and especially love "Somethin' Stupid" with her Papa Frank. Those are the two I downloaded. Nice to hear these tunes again!

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hubba hubba

daveB.

I'm tempted to download this just because of the album cover. Wowee!

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Vintage Nancy

curtisdorman

Yeah! This is the stuff I grew up on. Here is Nancy at her 60's best. Sit back, relax, and enjoy one of pop's best stars from that era when music was really music!

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