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Tears For Fears|The Tipping Point

The Tipping Point

Tears For Fears

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No Small Thing
00:04:42
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The Tipping Point
00:04:13
3
Long, Long, Long Time
00:04:31
4
Break The Man
00:03:55
5
My Demons
00:03:08
6
Rivers Of Mercy
00:06:08
7
Please Be Happy
00:03:05
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Master Plan
00:04:37
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End Of Night
00:03:23
10
Stay
00:04:36

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