Tom & Jerry (album)

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Genre Folk
Label Superior Records
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Tom & Jerry
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Tom & Jerry is a compilation album by Simon & Garfunkel released in 2002. This album contains songs in their early career, when they were known as Tom & Jerry.


Track listing

  1. "Dream Alone"
  2. "Beat Love"
  3. "Beat Love" (With Harmony)
  4. "Just a Boy"
  5. "Play Me a Sad Song"
  6. "It Means a Lot to Them"
  7. "Flame"
  8. "Shy"
  9. "The Lone Teen Ranger"
  10. "Hey Schoolgirl"
  11. "Our Song"
  12. "That's My Story"
  13. "Teenage Fool"
  14. "Tia-Juana Blues"
  15. "Dancin' Wild"
  16. "Don't Say Goodbye"
  17. "Two Teenagers"
  18. "True or False"
  19. "Simon Says"


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