To a Place

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To a Place
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ReleasedOctober 27, 2005
Genre Pop
Label Indie
Laura Shay chronology
To a Place

To a Place is the debut album of independent singer Laura Shay. Released on 27 June 2005, it consists of 12 tracks in pop genre. [1]


Track listing

All songs were written by Laura herself.

1."On and On"3:56
3."This Crazy Scene"4:09
4."Better Land"5:57
5."You Take Me"5:10
7."Tired and Torn"4:36
8."The Motions"5:02
9."Do You Know Who I Am"3:38
10."Make Our Own Damn Rules"5:16


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  1. To a Place - Laura Shay | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic , retrieved 2022-05-17