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Rosanne Cash|Forbidden Tones (Live 1987) (Live)

Forbidden Tones (Live 1987) (Live)

ROSANNE CASH

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Forbidden Tones (Live 1987) (Live)

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1
Pink Bedroom (Live)
00:03:15

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2
Seven Year Ache (Live)
00:03:38

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3
Blue Moon With Heartache (Live)
00:04:26

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4
Hold On (Live)
00:04:04

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5
My Baby Thinks He's A Train (Live)
00:05:13

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6
Tennessee Flat-Top Box (Live)
00:03:03

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7
The Way We Make A Broken Heart (Live)
00:04:49

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8
Runaway Train (Live)
00:04:34

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9
707 (Live)
00:03:55

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10
What Kinda Girl (Live)
00:04:28

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11
I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me (Live)
00:03:12

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