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Songs from a Room in Berlin and Other Songs

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Screw Driver
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Big Trouble
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Bitter
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Boneyard
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Children of the Sun
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Do It for the Love
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God Knows Everything
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Look At Me
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Share the Heartache
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Shine Your Light
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Show Us the Way
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Streets of Laredo
00:02:06

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Vodka and Tears
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Waiting
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Streets of Berlin
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Wicked Man
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Strong Enough
00:02:58

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I Met an Angel
00:03:58

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