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Titolo:
Words And Pictures
Interprete:
Bob Snider
Rilasciato:
1997
Numero di catalogo:
7243 854557 2 8
Paese:
Canada
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
2987 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2561 mb
Etichetta:
EMI Music Canada

Tracklist


1Radio Song
2The Street Takes You In
3A Normal Day
4Pictures Of Someone
5Dog Blues
6Ancient Eyes
7A Love To Call My Own
8Time
9Serenade To An Empty Room
10Evelyn
11Only Crazy People
12Song For Cupid


Album


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