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Neil Diamond, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee, Says He Feels 'Very Lucky'

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Playlist: Neil Diamond

Hear these ten key tracks below:

1. "Cherry Cherry"
2. "Solitary Man"
3. "Cracklin' Rosie"
4. "Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon"
5. "Sweet Caroline"
6. "I Am, I Said"
7. "I'm A Believer"
8. "Forever In Blue Jeans"
9. "Love On The Rocks"
10. "America"

 1. "Cherry Cherry"

2. "Solitary Man"

3. "Cracklin' Rosie"

4. "Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon"

5. "Sweet Caroline"

6. "I Am, I Said"

7. "I'm A Believer"

8. "Forever In Blue Jeans"

9. "Love On The Rocks"

10. "America"

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Complete Coverage

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