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Album: Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player (Bonus Tracks Version)

Artist: Elton John

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1973
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

  • Copyright: This Compilation ℗ 1973 This Record Company Ltd.

Tracklist For Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player (Bonus Tracks Version) By Artist Elton John

Title Artist Time
Daniel Elton John 3:54 USD 1.29
Teacher I Need You Elton John 4:09 USD 1.29
Elderberry Wine Elton John 3:33 USD 1.29
Blues for My Baby and Me Elton John 5:38 USD 1.29
Midnight Creeper Elton John 3:52 USD 1.29
Have Mercy On the Criminal Elton John 5:57 USD 1.29
I'm Gonna Be a Teenage Idol Elton John 3:55 USD 1.29
Texan Love Song Elton John 3:33 USD 1.29
Crocodile Rock Elton John 3:55 USD 1.29
High Flying Bird Elton John 4:12 USD 1.29
Screw You (Young Man's Blues) Elton John 4:42 USD 1.29
Jack Rabbit Elton John 1:49 USD 1.29
Whenever You're Ready (We'll G Elton John 2:51 USD 1.29
Skyline Pigeon (Piano Version) Elton John 3:56 USD 1.29

Reviews For Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player (Bonus Tracks Version) By Artist Elton John

  • Great album

    By LeeLycan
    This a great album, but some of the bonus tracks aren’t the strongest.
  • A-Plus Album!

    By Ethan rancorstunner
    I’ve always loved this album!
  • ❤️

    By Trust and Us
  • What an album!

    WOW, just WOW! Brilliantly written with Bernie Taupin 👍, arranged, produced and sung. Elton at his finest.

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