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CHARLIE

Charlie Puth

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That's Hilarious Explicit
00:02:24
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Charlie Be Quiet!
00:00:00
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Light Switch
00:03:07
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There’s A First Time For Everything
00:00:00
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Smells Like Me
00:03:24
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Left and Right (Feat. Jung Kook of BTS)
00:02:34
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Loser
00:00:00
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When You’re Sad I’m Sad
00:00:00
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Marks On My Neck
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Tears On My Piano Explicit
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I Don’t Think That I Like Her
00:03:08
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No More Drama
00:00:00

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