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I Shot The Sheriff

Eric Clapton

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Eric Clapton

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Crossroad Blues Live
00:07:50

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2
White Room Live
00:06:32

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I Shot The Sheriff Live
00:08:32

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Lay Down Sally Live
00:06:26

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Wonderful Tonight Live
00:07:34

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