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Come As You Are is the debut album by the pop band Popular Girls, released in 1980 on Warner Bros. Records.

Track listing
All songs written by Bruce Roewe except as noted.

Side 1
“I Need You” – 3:05
“Breaking Point” – 3:36
“On the Floor” – 3:25
“I Don’t Wanna” – 3:30
“Your Calling” – 3:20

Side 2
“Living My Life” (Nick Lowe) – 3:00
“Our Love” – 3:30
“Sweetheart” – 3:20
“Someone Like You” – 3:05

Bruce Roewe – vocals, guitar
Shep Solomon – bass, vocals
Bob Parr – guitar
Jerry Marotta – drums


External links
Come As You Are at the Official Popular Girls Website

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