Time, Time

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Time, Time
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Studio album by
Genre Traditional pop
Label RCA Victor
Producer Jim Foglesong
Ed Ames chronology
My Cup Runneth Over
Time, Time
When the Snow Is on the Roses
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Time, Time is a 1967 album by Ed Ames.

Track listing

Side 1
1."Time, Time (Tu As Beau Sourire)"2:50
4."Somethin' Stupid"2:24
5."Here with You"2:42
Side 2
1."One Little Girl at a Time"2:31
2."Wish Me a Rainbow"2:36
3."Love That Lasts Forever"3:13
4."Sunrise, Sunset"3:19
5."What the World Needs Now Is Love"2:54


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