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Blues from the Heart

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I'm the Creeper
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Breaking Hearts
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Big Rear End
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Watch Your Enemies
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Greasy Spoon
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Big Wig Woman
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The Sun Goes Down
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Cry for Me Baby
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Can't Rest for Worry
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I Wonder Why
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Chicago Bound
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One Day Till Christmas
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Smokin' the Joint
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 54:17

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