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Veröld Hulin
00:06:23

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Lífvana Jörð
00:04:05

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Haldreipi Hugans
00:08:04

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Prísund
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Ljósaslæður
00:06:37

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Blóðrauð Sól
00:04:26

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Eilífar Nætur
00:05:41

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Skuggar
00:05:13

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Í Hálmstráið Held
00:05:19

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