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A Stolen Jewel

Charley Crockett

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Charley Crockett

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Cold Hearted Woman 00:02:54

Charley Crockett, MainArtist - Matthew Charles Crockett, Composer

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March Wind's Gonna Blow My Blues All Away 00:02:24

Charley Crockett, MainArtist - Matthew Charles Crockett, Composer

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A Stolen Jewel 00:03:44

Charley Crockett, MainArtist - Matthew Charles Crockett, Composer

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Drivin' Nails in My Coffin 00:02:36

Jerry Irby, Composer - Charley Crockett, MainArtist

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Trinity River 00:03:55

Charley Crockett, MainArtist - Matthew Charles Crockett, Composer

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Whiteman's Interlude 00:01:02

Charley Crockett, MainArtist - Matthew Charles Crockett, Composer

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What the Preacher Say 00:02:36

Charley Crockett, MainArtist - Matthew Charles Crockett, Composer

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Juanita 00:03:02

Gram Parsons, Composer - Charley Crockett, MainArtist

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Walkin' the Floor Over You 00:03:55

Ernest Tubb, Composer - Charley Crockett, MainArtist

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I Ain't from Memphis 00:03:14

Charley Crockett, MainArtist - Matthew Charles Crockett, Composer

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I'm Gonna Be a Wheel Someday 00:02:30

Antoine Domino, Composer - Charley Crockett, MainArtist

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Cold Water 00:02:57

Tom Waits, Composer - Charley Crockett, MainArtist

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Bei mir bist du schoen 00:02:46

Sholom Secunda, Composer - Charley Crockett, MainArtist

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