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titleNumber of documents
A collection of songs by Darryl S. Dillard, Sr. and Steven L. Walker, Non-stop love30
Am I right? By Carl Dennis, David Torkanowsky & Chris Severin, Am I right?, Just get me out of this mess26
Are you sincere? m & original w W. Walker, Italian w Biri, pseud. of Ornella Ferrari Colombi, & Elgos, pseud. of Gualtiero Malgoni30
A Study of scholarship student-athletes' academic progress from 1960 to 1982 at Texas A & M University27
Best time of all & 12 other titles. Composed by Cindy Walker, Golden memories and silver tears. By Cindy Walker30
Blashfield Automobile law and practice. Vol. 9, sections 371-389, medical-legal case preparation. By Patrick D. Kelly & James W. Jeans, consultant: Frederick D. Lewis part 230
Crying my heart out over you. w & m Carl Butler, George Sherry, Louise Certain, Gladys Stacey30
Duelling techno. By Arthur Smith, Teri Bristol, Val Scheninpflug & Mark Picchiotti30
Everybody's gotta be somewhere. By Marijohn Wilkin & Gerald Nelson, Ramblin' Rose. By Marijohn Wilkin, Fred Burch & Obrey Wilson30
False pride. By Barbara Cross, William Groves & Herbie James, Mister Lincoln and the computer27
Funny how time slips away & 3 other titles; notification (under 17 USC 508) of filing (docket no. 78-CV-236 filed 19May78 in U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York, Utica, N. Y.)28
Guess I'll get stoned (again this mornin'), Alabama Rose, More than my share30
Heart over mind & 9 other titles; notification (under 17 USC 508) of filing (docket no. C.A. B-78-2 filed 3Jan78 in Southern District of Texas, Brownsville Division) part 230
How can anything feel this good? By Chip Willimas, Hippy train, How can I study? By Clyde Beavers30
How good is love? By O. T. Young, Donny Mathis, Clover Adams & Ray S. Middlebrook part 330
I ain't never felt so good before. From Huckleberry Finn. Words: Alan Jay Lerner, music: Burton Lane30
I can't go back to sleep ; Timothy, Let the song play, Her picture on the shelf28
I can't go home like this. By Nellie Wallace, The Boys, Generations30
I hope you find someone (who loves you like I do), Written in the stars, Solo30
I'm not fool enough to fall (until I know exactly where I stand), The race is on29
It's been so long (I've forgotten what love is), Vivichris, play it loud, When you leave30
Keep your eyes on the red, white and blue, and 2 other songs, School bells have stopped ringing. w & m Jim Coleman26
Last month of the year ; Go tell it on the mountain ; In the bleak midwinter ... [et al.]30
Lay on my wild side tonight & 1 other title, Satisfied woman, Lady, I care30
Leave room in your heart for me. w & m Budd Johnson, John Dobson, I'm not the forgetting kind. By Buddy Johnson30
(Let's get) Dixiefried & 3616 other titles. (Part 006 of 020), I wouldn't have missed it for the world30
(Let's get) Dixiefried & 3616 other titles. (Part 014 of 020), Don't come knocking on my door30
Make me over, and other songs30
Megan the yoga mat, and 1 other selections, Alphonse Mucha, Alastair29
Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Consuelo, Otonal28
Paradise. By Corky Hale, Doug James. Contained on the Corky Hale LP "Harp beat."30
Real-time computer optimized scanning potential coulometry for multi-component trace analysis30
Record of the band when it plays the blues, The Pretty Rose Estate, Saturday in Lonelyville30
Smokin' in the Rockies. By Dean Dillon, Murray F. Cannon a.k.a. Buddy Cannon, Marion Dycus a.k.a. Frank Dycus, & Gary Stewart part 430
Soldier's joy ; The ash grove ; Froggie went a'courtin' ... [et a.], Forgiven 5 collection30
Someone mentioned your name. By Danny Dill & Charlie Stewart, She's back in town. By Danny Hill30
The Nearest thing to heaven. w & m Billy Worth, pseud. of William Ashworth, They're just right for me. Words & music: Billy Worth & Jimmy Dickens27
This heart only brakes for love, Branded, Hey, Mister Blue Skies25
Too late. w & m The Traveling Four, pseud. of Billy Marshall, Robert Halley, Frank Halley & Allen Goree30
What a thrill (to love you) By Steve Stevens, Peggy Frew & Hubert C. Stotts, We're at the crossroads30
Where is your heart tonight? Words & music: Benny Martin, Boudleaux Bryant & Robert Castelow30
Yesterday. Arr. for 7-part mixed voices: Shawnee Press, Inc., employer for hire of Gene Puerling29
You put aside your halo last night, An Angel is missing, Old boxcars and hobo jungles24
Your personal record on the Nelson-Denny reading test. By Marjorie J. Nelson & E. C. Denny30
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