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Something To Believe In
October 1, 1980
℗ 1980 Rhino Entertainment
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Love Me, Love Me Now
Never Let Me Go
People Never Give Up
It's All Right
Something to Believe In
Never Stop Loving Me
January 10, 2006
℗ 1980 Rhino Entertainment
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