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Patty Griffin|Impossible Dream

Impossible Dream

Patty Griffin

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1
Love Throw A Line
00:03:38

Patty Griffin, MainArtist

2004 ATO Records, LLC 2004 ATO Records, LLC

2
Cold As It Gets
00:02:38

Patty Griffin, MainArtist

2004 ATO Records, LLC 2004 ATO Records, LLC

3
Kite Song
00:03:09

Patty Griffin, MainArtist

2004 ATO Records, LLC 2004 ATO Records, LLC

4
Standing
00:04:04

Patty Griffin, MainArtist

2004 ATO Records, LLC 2004 ATO Records, LLC

5
Useless Desires
00:05:50

Patty Griffin, MainArtist

2004 ATO Records, LLC 2004 ATO Records, LLC

6
Top Of The World
00:05:28

Patty Griffin, MainArtist

2004 ATO Records, LLC 2004 ATO Records, LLC

7
Rowing Song
00:03:26

Patty Griffin, MainArtist

2004 ATO Records, LLC 2004 ATO Records, LLC

8
When It Don't Come Easy
00:04:52

Patty Griffin, MainArtist

2004 ATO Records, LLC 2004 ATO Records, LLC

9
Florida
00:05:01

Patty Griffin, MainArtist

2004 ATO Records, LLC 2004 ATO Records, LLC

10
Mother of God
00:07:14

Patty Griffin, MainArtist

2004 ATO Records, LLC 2004 ATO Records, LLC

11
Icicles
00:03:18

Patty Griffin, MainArtist

2004 ATO Records, LLC 2004 ATO Records, LLC

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