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The Littlest Birds 1

The Be Good Tanyas

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The Littlest Birds
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The Be Good Tanyas, Producer, MainArtist - Kobalt Music, MusicPublisher - Songs Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Futcher, Producer - Box Tree Music c/o Songs Music Publishing, MusicPublisher

2002 Nettwerk Productions 2002 Nettwerk Productions

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Rain and Snow (Live)
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The Be Good Tanyas, MainArtist - Kobalt Music, MusicPublisher - Michael Juk., Producer

2002 Nettwerk Productions 2002 Nettwerk Productions

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Momsong (Live)
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The Be Good Tanyas, MainArtist - Kobalt Music, MusicPublisher - Michael Juk., Producer

2002 Nettwerk Productions 2002 Nettwerk Productions

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