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Direction of the Heart

Simple Minds

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Vision Thing
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First You Jump
00:04:23
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Human Traffic
00:04:17
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Who Killed Truth?
00:03:58
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Solstice Kiss
00:05:23
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Act of Love
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Natural
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Planet Zero
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The Walls Came Down
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Direction of the Heart (Taormina 2022)
00:04:55
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Wondertimes
00:04:54

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