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Be Brave

My Brightest Diamond

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Be Brave
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My Brightest Diamond, Artist, MainArtist

2011 Asthmatic Kitty 2011 Asthmatic Kitty

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Be Brave (Prefuse 73 Remix)
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My Brightest Diamond, Artist, MainArtist

2011 Asthmatic Kitty 2011 Asthmatic Kitty

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Be Brave (Alternate Version with Son Lux)
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My Brightest Diamond, Artist, MainArtist

2011 Asthmatic Kitty 2011 Asthmatic Kitty

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