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Tragic Songs of LifeOriginal Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1955

The Louvin Brothers

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1
Kentucky
00:02:40

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - Karl Davis, Composer, Writer

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2
I'll Be All Smiles Tonight
00:03:12

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - A.P. Carter, Composer, Writer

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3
Let Her Go, God Bless Her
00:02:55

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - Charlie Louvin, Composer, Writer - Ira Lovin, Composer, Writer

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4
What Is Home Without Love
00:03:00

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - DR Traditional, Composer, Writer

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5
A Tiny Broken Heart
00:02:31

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - Eddie Hill, Composer, Writer - Charlie Louvin, Composer, Writer - Ira Louvin, Composer, Writer

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6
In the Pines
00:03:13

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - Alan Riggs, Composer, Writer

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7
Alabama
00:02:41

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - Eddie Hill, Composer, Writer - Charlie Louvin, Composer, Writer - Ira Louvin, Composer, Writer

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8
Katie Dear
00:02:33

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - Bill Bolick, Composer, Writer

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9
My Brother's Will
00:03:14

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - Ken Nelson, Composer, Writer

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10
Knoxville Girl
00:03:47

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - DR Traditional, Composer, Writer

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11
Take the News to Mother
00:02:47

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - Homer Callahan, Composer, Writer - Walter Callahan, Composer, Writer - W.R. Caloway, Composer, Writer

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12
Mary of the Wild Moor
00:03:13

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - DR Traditional, Composer, Writer

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13
Last Chance to Pray Bonus Track
00:02:38

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - Charlie Louvin, Composer, Writer - Ira Lovin, Composer, Writer

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14
I Steal Away and Pray Bonus Track
00:02:28

The Louvin Brothers, Performer - Charlie Louvin, Composer, Writer - Ira Lovin, Composer, Writer

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