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Jason Eady|Daylight & Dark

Daylight & Dark

Jason Eady

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1
Ok Whiskey
00:02:25

Jason Eady, Writer, MainArtist

© 2014 Old Guitar Records ℗ 2014 Old Guitar Records

2
The Other Side of Abilene
00:03:15

Jason Eady, Writer, MainArtist - Courtney Patton, Writer

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3
Temptation
00:02:28

Jason Eady, Writer, MainArtist - Kelley Mickwee, Writer

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4
One, Two...Many
00:03:23

Jason Eady, Writer, MainArtist

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5
Liars & Fools
00:03:28

Jason Eady, Writer, MainArtist - Kelley Mickwee, Writer

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6
We Might Just Miss Each Other
00:02:57

Jason Eady, Writer, MainArtist - Courtney Patton, Writer, FeaturedArtist

© 2014 Old Guitar Records ℗ 2014 Old Guitar Records

7
Daylight & Dark
00:04:14

Jamie Wilson, Writer - Jason Eady, Writer, MainArtist

© 2014 Old Guitar Records ℗ 2014 Old Guitar Records

8
Lonesome Down and Out
00:03:05

Jason Eady, Writer, MainArtist - Courtney Patton, Writer

© 2014 Old Guitar Records ℗ 2014 Old Guitar Records

9
Whiskey & You
00:03:50

Chris Stapleton, Writer - Lee Thomas Miller, Writer - Jason Eady, MainArtist

© 2014 Old Guitar Records ℗ 2014 Old Guitar Records

10
Late Night Diner
00:03:42

Adam Hood, Writer - PETE ANDERSON, Writer - Jason Eady, MainArtist

© 2014 Old Guitar Records ℗ 2014 Old Guitar Records

11
A Memory Now
00:02:38

JIM LAUDERDALE, Writer - Hayes Carll, Writer, FeaturedArtist - Evan Felker, FeaturedArtist - Jason Eady, Writer, MainArtist

© 2014 Old Guitar Records ℗ 2014 Old Guitar Records

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