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A Day in a Yellow Beat

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1
Intro
00:02:34
2
Be Free
00:04:04
3
Let You Know
00:03:48
4
(The Outsider)
00:00:25
5
Who's There?
00:04:22
6
Getting Closer
00:05:02
7
Come Groove Interlude
00:02:59
8
Keep Yourself Alive
00:04:31
9
Open Your Eyes
00:04:34
10
!
00:01:30
11
(Pot Party)
00:00:35
12
Keeps Me Satisfied
00:04:37
13
You
00:04:06
14
(What Goes Up Must Come Down)
00:00:52
15
The Curse
00:05:05
16
Let's be Good to Each Other
00:03:05
17
Whatever You Wanna Do
00:05:03
18
Something Special Interlude
00:04:00
19
So Lost
00:03:16
20
I Don't Mind
00:04:59
21
(Mature Love)
00:00:32
22
Treat You Right
00:04:21
23
Love Is Everywhere
00:03:24

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