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Can the Circle Be Unbroken - The Very Best of the Carter Family

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Can the Circle Be Unbroken
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The Foggy Mountain Top
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Worried Man Blues
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Wildwood Flower
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Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow
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My Clinch Mountain Home
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Keep On the Sunny Side
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Why Do You Cry, Little Darling?
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My Home's Across the Blue Ridge Mountains
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Anchored in Love
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Lonesome Valley
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Carter's Blues
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Motherless Children
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The Wandering Boy
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Dying Soldier
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When the Springtime Comes Again
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I Ain't Goin' to Work Tomorrow
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Sad and Lonesome Day
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