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Don't Give Up On Me

Solomon Burke

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Don't Give Up On Me
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Fast Train
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Diamond In Your Mind
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Flesh And Blood
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Soul Searchin'
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Only A Dream
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The Judgement
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Stepchild
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The Other Side Of The Coin
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None Of Us Are Free
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Sit This One Out
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