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Goddamn Cowards

Faking

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We Are Goddamn Cowards
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Soft Talk
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Grown
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You Got Bored
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Not Fine
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Paul Kern
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Beg & Pray
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The Arrest
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If I Were Your Woman
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Absolute Ambien
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