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Walking on a Flashlight Beam

Lunatic Soul

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1
Shutting out the Sun
00:08:39

Lunatic Soul, MainArtist - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2014 Kscope (P) 2014 Kscope

2
Cold
00:06:57

Lunatic Soul, MainArtist - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2014 Kscope (P) 2014 Kscope

3
Gutter
00:08:41

Lunatic Soul, MainArtist - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2014 Kscope (P) 2014 Kscope

4
Stars Sellotaped
00:01:34

Lunatic Soul, MainArtist - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2014 Kscope (P) 2014 Kscope

5
The Fear Within
00:07:10

Lunatic Soul, MainArtist - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2014 Kscope (P) 2014 Kscope

6
Treehouse
00:05:31

Lunatic Soul, MainArtist - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2014 Kscope (P) 2014 Kscope

7
Pygmalion's Ladder
00:12:01

Lunatic Soul, MainArtist - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2014 Kscope (P) 2014 Kscope

8
Sky Drawn in Crayon
00:04:58

Lunatic Soul, MainArtist - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2014 Kscope (P) 2014 Kscope

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Walking on a Flashlight Beam
00:08:10

Lunatic Soul, MainArtist - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2014 Kscope (P) 2014 Kscope

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