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Sings For Two In Love

Nat King Cole

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1.1
Love Is Here To Stay
Nat King Cole
2:46
1.2
A Handful Of Stars
Nat King Cole
3:23
1.3
This Can't Be Love
Nat King Cole; Nelson Riddle
2:27
1.4
A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet
Nat King Cole
3:17
1.5
Autumn Leaves (Remastered)
Nat King Cole; Nelson Riddle
2:38
1.6
Let's Fall In Love
Nat King Cole; Nelson Riddle
2:46
1.7
There Goes My Heart
Nat King Cole; Nelson Riddle
2:52
1.8
Dinner For One Please, James
Nat King Cole
2:49
1.9
Almost Like Being In Love (Remastered)
Nat King Cole; Nelson Riddle
1:52
1.10
Tenderly (Remastered)
Nat King Cole; Nelson Riddle
2:57
1.11
You Stepped Out Of A Dream
Nat King Cole; Pete Rugolo
2:33
1.12
There Will Never Be Another You
Nat King Cole
3:37
Total Playing Time    33:57
Nat King Cole Sings for Two In Love is a 1953 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Nelson Riddle. It was expanded and re-released for the larger 12-inch format in 1955, adding four songs.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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