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Shake

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01
You Don't Miss Your Water
2:50  
02
Wonderful World
3:15  
03
Shake
2:42  
04
Satisfaction
2:48  
05
Rock Me Baby
3:26  
06
Respect
2:09  
07
Ole Man Trouble
2:40  
08
My Girl
2:58  
09
I've Been Loving You Too Long
2:57  
10
Down In The Valley
3:01  
11
A Change Is Gonna Come
4:16  
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 33:02

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