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The Soul Album

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Just One More Day
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It's Growing
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Cigarettes And Coffee
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Chain Gang
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Nobody Knows You [When You're Down And Out]
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Good To Me
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Scratch My Back
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Treat Her Right
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Everybody Makes A Mistake
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Any Ole Way
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 34:00

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