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California Girl

Nancy Sinatra

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1
How Are Things In California?
00:02:30

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2
San Fernando Valley
00:02:51

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3
99 Miles From LA
00:05:09

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California Girls
00:03:09

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5
Hello LA, Bye-Bye Birmingham
00:03:02

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California Dreamin'
00:03:35

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Route 66
00:03:08

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San Francisco
00:03:08

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9
Do You Know The Way To San Jose?
00:03:41

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10
Hooray For Hollywood
00:02:23

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Saturday In The Park
00:04:35

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12
California Man
00:03:58

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13
Hotel California
00:07:22

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14
Cuando Calienta El Sol
00:04:06

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15
There's No Place Like Home
00:03:05

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