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Pistolet chargé 00:01:16

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Un millimètre ça change tout 00:01:23

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Il enterre les corbeaux 00:00:44

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Dans le jardin d'Orgoff 00:02:03

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Chambre 205 00:00:55

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Je suis allé le chercher en Suisse 00:02:21

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Le piano a six queues 00:01:34

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L'auriculaire en escargot 00:00:36

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L'insupportable bourdon 00:00:37

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