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Album: Run to Cadence With the United States Air Force

Artist: The U.S. Air Force

  • Genre: Vocal
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 38

  • Copyright: ℗ 2011 US Air Force

Tracklist For Run to Cadence With the United States Air Force By Artist The U.S. Air Force

Title Artist Time
1
People Want to Know The U.S. Air Force 1:08 USD 0.99
2
Hey There We're Gonna Fly The U.S. Air Force 1:19 USD 0.99
3
Air Force The U.S. Air Force 1:11 USD 0.99
4
Left Right Left The U.S. Air Force 0:16 USD 0.99
5
I Want to Be an Air Force Pilo The U.S. Air Force 0:40 USD 0.99
6
Hard Work The U.S. Air Force 1:06 USD 0.99
7
Born On a Mountain Top, Raised The U.S. Air Force 1:34 USD 0.99
8
Mother Russia The U.S. Air Force 0:57 USD 0.99
9
PJ, PJ Where You Been? The U.S. Air Force 0:57 USD 0.99
10
If I Die in a Combat Zone The U.S. Air Force 0:48 USD 0.99
11
Up from a Sub 50 (feat. Below) The U.S. Air Force 1:21 USD 0.99
12
Saw an Old Lady Walkin' Down t The U.S. Air Force 2:11 USD 0.99
13
Hey, Hey Everyday Air Force Ev The U.S. Air Force 1:40 USD 0.99
14
141 Cruising Down the Strip The U.S. Air Force 1:40 USD 0.99
15
C-130 Rolling Down the Strip The U.S. Air Force 1:12 USD 0.99
16
Two Old Ladies Lying in Bed The U.S. Air Force 2:29 USD 0.99
17
I Can Run to California The U.S. Air Force 0:47 USD 0.99
18
Hey, Hey I Love the Air Force The U.S. Air Force 0:45 USD 0.99
19
Hold It High The U.S. Air Force 0:35 USD 0.99
20
Basic, Basic The U.S. Air Force 1:08 USD 0.99
21
Rescue Ranger The U.S. Air Force 3:26 USD 0.99
22
Para-rescue Is Running By The U.S. Air Force 0:55 USD 0.99
23
I Don't Know, But I've Been To The U.S. Air Force 0:37 USD 0.99
24
Jody The U.S. Air Force 1:24 USD 0.99
25
Russian Bear The U.S. Air Force 1:15 USD 0.99
26
Ranger-Air Force The U.S. Air Force 0:28 USD 0.99
27
Killer Bees The U.S. Air Force 0:50 USD 0.99
28
Every Night I Giver Her the Te The U.S. Air Force 1:27 USD 0.99
29
B Squadron The U.S. Air Force 0:37 USD 0.99
30
We Started Together The U.S. Air Force 1:00 USD 0.99
31
Here Comes PJ's Over the Hill The U.S. Air Force 1:12 USD 0.99
32
If I Die On a Combat Zone The U.S. Air Force 0:35 USD 0.99
33
All the Way The U.S. Air Force 1:11 USD 0.99
34
Mama Told Sally Not to Go Down The U.S. Air Force 1:12 USD 0.99
35
Coon Skiin and Alligator Hide The U.S. Air Force 1:22 USD 0.99
36
M-16 Going Down the Strip The U.S. Air Force 1:12 USD 0.99
37
Air Force Best in the Land The U.S. Air Force 0:24 USD 0.99
38
Hey There We're Gonna Fly II The U.S. Air Force 1:07 USD 0.99

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