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Lost And Found: Four Tops Breaking Through…

Lost And Found: Four Tops "Breaking Through" (1963-1964)

by Four Tops

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1. This Can't Be Love
2. On The Street Where You Live
3. Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You
4. Nice 'N' Easy
5. Maybe Today
6. Stranger On The Shore
7. Young And Foolish
8. Discovered
9. I Left My Heart In San Francisco
10. Fascinating Rhythm
11. End Of A Beautiful Friendship
12. If My Heart Could Sing
13. Can't Get Out Of This Mood
14. When I'm Alone I Cry
15. Until I Met You
16. I'm Falling For You
17. Every Day I Have The Blues/Goin' To Chicago Blues
18. I Could Have Danced All Night
19. I'm Falling For You (Live At The Apollo)
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