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Hey Clockface

ELVIS COSTELLO

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Hey Clockface

Elvis Costello

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1
Revolution #49
00:02:41
2
No Flag
00:03:56
3
They’re Not Laughing At Me Now
00:04:26
4
Newspaper Pane
00:04:10
5
I Do (Zula’s Song)
00:03:49
6
We Are All Cowards Now
00:03:36
7
Hey Clockface / How Can You Face Me?
00:02:56
8
The Whirlwind
00:03:17
9
Hetty O'Hara Confidential
00:04:14
10
The Last Confession Of Vivian Whip
00:02:59
11
What Is It That I Need That I Don’t Already Have?
00:03:46
12
Radio Is Everything
00:04:25
13
I Can’t Say Her Name
00:02:57
14
Byline
00:02:40

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