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The Carter Family Legacy, Vol. 1

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I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes
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Can the Circle Be Unbroken?
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Keep On the Sunny Side
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Wildwood Flower
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Kissing Is a Crime
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By the Touch of Her Hand
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My Texas Girl
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Little Black Train
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River of Jordan
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Single Girl Married Girl
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Don't Forget This Song
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The Homestead On the Farm
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My Dixie Darling
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Are You Lonesome Tonight?
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Jealous Hearted Me
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