My Own Way Home

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My Own Way Home
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ReleasedOctober 9, 2006 (SPN)
Recorded2005 / 2006
Genre Pop
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My Own Way Home

My Own Way Home is the third album from Spanish singer Beth, released on 9 October 2006 in Spain. It was released in the UK on 11 September 2006. The disc contains ten songs (eight English tracks and two Spanish tracks).


Track listing

  1. Lullaby [2:29]
  2. Rain On Me [3:07]
  3. Deep Inside [2:57]
  4. All These Things [3:57]
  5. Hacerte Feliz [4:23]
  6. Angel [3:47]
  7. Home [3:49]
  8. Sad Song [3:03]
  9. Mama [4:17]
  10. Strange World [3:33]
  11. A Veces... (Hidden Track: "Suria") [10:21]


  1. On És L'Amor (Mar De Fons Theme)


Chart (2006)Peak
Promusicae 100 Albums (Spain)57

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