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Steve Harris|Sundown

Sundown

Steve Harris

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Little White Church
00:03:17

Steve Harris, MainArtist - Philip Sweet, Composer

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Sundown
00:03:04

Steve Harris, MainArtist - Mosie Lister, Composer

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Someday My Ship Will Sail
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Steve Harris, MainArtist - C.Austin Miles, Composer

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In the Garden
00:05:07

Steve Harris, MainArtist - Allen Reynolds, Composer

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I'll Fly Away
00:02:51

Steve Harris, MainArtist - Albert E Brumley, Composer

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Come Morning
00:02:49

Steve Harris, MainArtist - Dee Gaskin, Composer

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I Am the Lords
00:04:29

Steve Harris, MainArtist - Charles Naylor, Composer

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Where Could I Go
00:03:00

Steve Harris, MainArtist - J B Coats, Composer

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Drifting Too Far from the Shore
00:04:44

Steve Harris, MainArtist - Charles E Moody, Composer

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Falling Leaves
00:02:54

Steve Harris, MainArtist - LOUIS M JONES, Composer

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Softly and Tenderly
00:04:06

Steve Harris, MainArtist - Will Thompson, Composer

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