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Lessons Learned

Jim Gustin and Truth Jones

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1
I'd Been Drinking
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Jim Gustin and Truth Jones, MainArtist - James David Gustin, Composer - Jeri Lynn Goldenhar, Composer

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2
I Heard About You
00:03:31

Jim Gustin and Truth Jones, MainArtist - James David Gustin, Composer - Jeri Lynn Goldenhar, Composer

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3
The Truth
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Jim Gustin and Truth Jones, MainArtist - James David Gustin, Composer

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When This Ship Sails
00:03:31

Jim Gustin and Truth Jones, MainArtist - James David Gustin, Composer - Jeri Lynn Goldenhar, Composer

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I Hate to See You Go
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Jim Gustin and Truth Jones, MainArtist - James David Gustin, Composer

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Never Forget
00:03:10

Jim Gustin and Truth Jones, MainArtist - James David Gustin, Composer - Jeri Lynn Goldenhar, Composer

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All You Ever Bring Me Is the Blues
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Jim Gustin and Truth Jones, MainArtist - James David Gustin, Composer - Jeri Lynn Goldenhar, Composer

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Never Too Big for the Blues
00:04:23

Jim Gustin and Truth Jones, MainArtist - James David Gustin, Composer - Jeri Lynn Goldenhar, Composer

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Rockslide
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Jim Gustin and Truth Jones, MainArtist - James David Gustin, Composer - Jeri Lynn Goldenhar, Composer

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My Love Is True
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Jim Gustin and Truth Jones, MainArtist - James David Gustin, Composer

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Three Things
00:04:02

Jim Gustin and Truth Jones, MainArtist - James David Gustin, Composer - Jeri Lynn Goldenhar, Composer

2020 Jim Gustin and Truth Jones 2020 Jim Gustin and Truth Jones

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