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Last Christmas I Gave You My Heart (The Hit Collection)

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01
My Baby Just Cares for Me
3:36  
02
He Was Too Good to Me
4:53  
03
You'll Never Walk Alone
3:47  
04
Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me
2:51  
05
House of the Rising Sun (Live Version)
4:37  
06
I Loves You Porgy
4:11  
07
Blue Prelude
3:24  
08
You've Been Gone Too Long
2:12  
09
Mood Indigo
4:03  
10
Work Song
2:36  
11
Bye Bye Blackbird
8:15  
12
Solitaire
3:26  
13
Good Bait
5:28  
14
Don't Smoke in Bed
3:12  
15
Plain Gold Ring
3:51  
16
I Like the Sunrise
3:01  
17
He Needs Me
2:32  
18
African Mailman
3:08  
19
Forbidden Fruit
3:50  
20
Children Go Where I Send You
2:54  
21
No Good Man
3:40  
22
I'll Look Around
5:08  
23
Brown Baby
5:47  
24
Return Home (Live Version)
5:46  
25
That's Him Over There
2:33  
26
I Got It Bad
4:07  
27
Under the Lowest (Live Version)
6:24  
28
I Love to Love
3:28  
29
Rags and Old Iron
4:09  
30
Where Can I Go Without You
2:52  
31
Just Say I Love Him
6:39  
32
You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to (Live Version)
5:25  
33
Central Park Blues
3:07  
34
Memphis in June
2:39  
35
Li'l Liza Jane (Live Version)
4:32  
36
Porgy (Live Version)
5:11  
37
Chilly Winds Don't Blow
2:46  
38
For All We Know
4:02  
39
Gin House Blues
3:07  
40
In the Evening By the Moonlight (Live Version)
6:10  
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Total Tracks: 40   Total Length: 163:19

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