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Ma Lady's Lips Am Like De HoneyRate it:
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And the Greatest of These Is WarRate it:
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Before a PaintingRate it:
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Dat Gal o' MineRate it:
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Father, Father AbrahamRate it:
Fifty Years (1863-1913)Rate it:
FragmentRate it:
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Girl of FifteenRate it:
Go Down, DeathRate it:
Her Eyes Twin PoolsRate it:
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July In GeorgyRate it:
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LifeRate it:
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