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Barry Gibb - Boston setlist: 15.5.14
01. Jive Talkin'
02. You Should Be Dancing
03. Lonely Days...

04. (Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away
05. To Love Somebody
06. How Can You Mend a Broken Heart
07. Stayin' Alive
08. How Deep Is Your Love
09. On Time
10. I've Gotta Get a Message to You
11. In the Morning
12. New York Mining Disaster 1941
13. Run to Me
14. I'm on Fire (Bruce Springsteen cover)
15. Spirits (Having Flown)
16. You Win Again
17. With the Sun in My Eyes
18. I Started a Joke
19. Spicks and Specks
20. Chain Reaction
21. One
22. Islands in the Stream
23. Guilty
24. Woman in Love
25. Too Much Heaven
26. Nights On Broadway
27. Night Fever / More Than a Woman
28. Grease
29. Immortality
30. Massachusetts
31. Ordinary Lives
32. Words
33. Tragedy

 

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