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1
Owner Of A Lonely Heart
00:04:28

Trevor Horn, Writer - Jon Anderson, Writer - Trevor Rabin, Writer - Yes, MainArtist - Chris Squire, Composer, Writer

© 1983 Atlantic Records ℗ 1983 Atlantic Records

2
Hold On
00:05:16

Jon Anderson, Writer - Trevor Rabin, Writer - Yes, MainArtist - Chris Squire, Writer

© 1983 Atlantic Records ℗ 1983 Atlantic Records

3
It Can Happen
00:05:29

Trevor Rabin, Writer - Yes, MainArtist - Chris Squire, Writer

© 1983 Atlantic Records ℗ 1983 Atlantic Records

4
Changes
00:06:20

Jon Anderson, Writer - Trevor Rabin, Writer - Yes, MainArtist - Alan White, Writer

© 1983 Atlantic Records ℗ 1983 Atlantic Records

5
Cinema
00:02:06

Trevor Rabin, Writer - Yes, MainArtist - Chris Squire, Writer - Alan White, Writer - Tony Kaye, Writer

© 1983 Atlantic Records ℗ 1983 Atlantic Records

6
Leave It
00:04:14

Trevor Horn, Writer - Trevor Rabin, Writer - Yes, MainArtist - Chris Squire, Writer

© 1983 Atlantic Records ℗ 1983 Atlantic Records

7
Our Song
00:04:18

Jon Anderson, Writer - Trevor Rabin, Writer - Yes, MainArtist - Chris Squire, Writer - Alan White, Writer

© 1983 Atlantic Records ℗ 1983 Atlantic Records

8
City Of Love
00:04:52

Jon Anderson, Writer - Trevor Rabin, Writer - Yes, MainArtist

© 1983 Atlantic Records ℗ 1983 Atlantic Records

9
Hearts
00:07:35

Jon Anderson, Writer - Trevor Rabin, Writer - Yes, MainArtist - Chris Squire, Writer - Alan White, Writer - Tony Kaye, Writer

© 1983 Atlantic Records ℗ 1983 Atlantic Records

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