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All American Texan
October 10, 2016
℗ 2016 SELF
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All American Texan
Before I Die
Roll With It
Don't Call Me Momma
Don't Be in a Hurry
Shame to Grace
It's About the Pain
Take It to the Bank
October 10, 2016
℗ 2016 SELF
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