Todo (album)

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Cosas de Enamorados
Recuerdos, Vol. II

Todo (Everything) is the eighteenth studio album by Juan Gabriel, released in 1983. Todo received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album. [1]


Track listing

All tracks are written by Juan Gabriel

1."No Vale la Pena"2:39
4."Nada Mas Decidete"2:10
5."Yo Me Voy"3:10
6."La Farsante"2:58
7."Ya No Quiero Volver Con Usted"2:35
8."La Madrileña"4:13
10."Tengo Que Olvidar"3:16

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