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She Lyin'

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All Night Long
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Broke And Hungry
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I'm So Glad
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Bad Whiskey
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Cypress Grove Blues
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Catfish Blues
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Goin' Away To Stay
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Crow Jane
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Devil Got My Woman
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She Lyin'
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Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues
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Drunken Spree
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Black Gal
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Illinois Blues
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Worried Blues
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Look Down The Road
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 44:38

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