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I Love The New Sky

Tim Burgess

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I Love The New Sky

Tim Burgess

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1
Empathy For The Devil
00:04:20
2
Sweetheart Mercury
00:03:53
3
Comme D'Habitude
00:04:21
4
Sweet Old Sorry Me
00:03:45
5
The Warhol Me
00:05:35
6
Lucky Creatures
00:04:25
7
The Mall
00:04:39
8
Timothy
00:04:13
9
Only Took A Year
00:04:06
10
I Got This
00:04:13
11
Undertow
00:04:31
12
Laurie
00:04:56

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