Jack Eubanks And His Sounds Of The South - Since I Met You Baby / What Am I Living For (Vinyl)

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  6. p. "But we got you out, baby. And the boys too. When the signal for the train come, you all was the only ones ready. I couldn't find Halle or nobody. I didn't know Sixo was burned and Paul D dressed in Aa collar you wouldn't believe. Not till later. So I sent you all to the.
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