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Through Small Windows

Alsace Lorraine

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1
You Are Like Charles Lindberg to Me
00:02:48

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

2
Monday Turns to Monday Night
00:01:08

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

3
Back Roads Under a Giant Sky
00:02:36

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

4
Alex Runs the World
00:03:05

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

5
Name Etched in Home-Room Chair
00:02:58

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

6
The Girl from Roanoke
00:02:33

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

7
Swing Low, Constellation
00:02:38

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

8
Once the Ocean Built a Ship
00:01:39

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

9
Chalk Marks on the Ground
00:03:08

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

10
Summer Days at Home
00:02:34

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

11
Dreams I Can't Control
00:03:25

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

12
A Bright Patch Near the Wall
00:01:51

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

13
If This Were the Past
00:02:03

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

14
Alsace-Lorraine
00:02:56

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

15
Though I've Never Seen You
00:02:47

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

16
The Labour Day Parade
00:02:00

Alsace Lorraine, MainArtist - Paul Francke, Composer

(C) 2001 Darla Records (P) 2001 Darla Records

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