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Nobody Wants To Be Alone

Crystal Gayle

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1
A Long and Lasting Love
00:03:29

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Gerry Goffin, Composer - Michael Masser, Composer

© 1985 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1985 Crystal Gayle

2
Tonight, Tonight
00:03:27

Roger Cook, Composer - Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Ralph Murphy, Composer - Tony Brown, Composer

© 1985 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1985 Crystal Gayle

3
Nobody Wants To Be Alone
00:03:50

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Michael Masser, Composer - Rhonda Fleming, Composer

© 1985 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1985 Crystal Gayle

4
Love Does That To Fools
00:03:20

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Steve Davis, Composer - Paul Williams, Composer

© 1985 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1985 Crystal Gayle

5
Coming To The Dance
00:02:46

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Allen Reynolds, Composer - Charles Cochran, Composer

© 1985 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1985 Crystal Gayle

6
You Were There For Me
00:03:28

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Cynthia Weil, Composer - Michael Masser, Composer

© 1985 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1985 Crystal Gayle

7
Touch And Go
00:03:25

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Brock Walsh, Composer - CURTIS STONE, Composer

© 1985 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1985 Crystal Gayle

8
Someone Like You
00:04:00

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Paul Curtis, Composer - Tony Hiller, Composer

© 1985 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1985 Crystal Gayle

9
A New Way To Say I Love You
00:03:45

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Gerry Goffin, Composer - Michael Masser, Composer

© 1985 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1985 Crystal Gayle

10
God Bless The Child
00:03:11

Crystal Gayle, Vocals, MainArtist - Billie Holiday, Composer - Arthur Herzog Jr., Composer

© 1985 Crystal Gayle ℗ 1985 Crystal Gayle

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