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Modern Life

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Mexican Holiday
00:03:22

Tobias Priddle, Composer - Tim Ayre, MainArtist - Timothy Paul Ayre, Composer

2021 Tim Ayre, under exclusive license to Kitsuné Musique 2021 Tim Ayre, under exclusive license to Kitsuné Musique

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Miami Drive
00:03:17

Tobias Priddle, Composer - Tim Ayre, MainArtist - Timothy Paul Ayre, Composer

2021 Tim Ayre, under exclusive license to Kitsuné Musique 2021 Tim Ayre, under exclusive license to Kitsuné Musique

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So Long
00:04:06

Tobias Priddle, Composer - Tim Ayre, MainArtist - Timothy Paul Ayre, Composer

2021 Tim Ayre, under exclusive license to Kitsuné Musique 2021 Tim Ayre, under exclusive license to Kitsuné Musique

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Modern Life
00:03:36

Tobias Priddle, Composer - Tim Ayre, MainArtist - Timothy Paul Ayre, Composer

2021 Tim Ayre, under exclusive license to Kitsuné Musique 2021 Tim Ayre, under exclusive license to Kitsuné Musique

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California Dreamin'
00:03:03

Michelle Phillips, Composer - John Phillips, Composer - Tim Ayre, MainArtist

2021 Tim Ayre, under exclusive license to Kitsuné Musique 2021 Tim Ayre, under exclusive license to Kitsuné Musique

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