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Book Condition: Very Good
Vinyl 7-inch record, 33 1/3 rpm, in original card sleeve and paper inner sleeve. Light corner wear and some light creases to the outer sleeve with splitting along the bottom edge (with some old tape repairs) and closed edge; the disc is very good with some very faint scratches and great sound. Side A and B are the same song, a country ballad by an unattributed artist about water and those who bring it up: “Your wallet might get thin, but your body is whole, you might owe the bank, but you own your soul. America needs you, there’s a good reason why, you’re bringin’ her something that money can’t buy. Pure and clear ... that’s the treasure of water, and a grateful America is singin’ your song. Pure and clear ... that’s the treasure of water, and the men who go find it ... they’re tough and they’re strong.” Lyrics are on the rear panel of the outer sleeve.