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is a cover album by Jill Johnson
Jill Anna Maria Johnson, , is a Swedish country- and pop-singer and songwriter. She performed the Melodifestivalen 1998 winning song Kärleken är, and represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest 1998 with that song, which finished 10th with 53 points. In 2003 she again entered Melodifestivalen...
, recorded in Nashville
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and released on 28 November 2007. The album sold platinum in Sweden
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- Rhythm Guitar - 3.20
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- Why'd You Come in Here, Looking Like That (duet with Nina Persson
is the lead singer and lyricist for the Swedish pop group The Cardigans. She has also worked as a solo artist, releasing two albums as A Camp and appearing on the tribute album to Serge Gainsbourg entitled Monsieur Gainsbourg Revisited...
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- Angel of the Morning
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- Tumblin Dice (duet with Kim Carnes
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- You're No Good - 3.43
- Why Not Me - 4.04
- Life in the Fast Lane
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- You Don't Have to Say You Love Me
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- Need Your Love so Bad
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- To Know Him is to Love Him
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(duet with Lisa Miskovsky
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- Angel from Montgomery
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