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Only in Dreams

Dum Dum Girls

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1
Always Looking
00:02:18

Dum Dum Girls, MainArtist

2011 Sub Pop Records 2011 Sub Pop Records

2
Bedroom Eyes
00:03:54

Dum Dum Girls, MainArtist

2011 Sub Pop Records 2011 Sub Pop Records

3
Just a Creep
00:02:56

Dum Dum Girls, MainArtist

2011 Sub Pop Records 2011 Sub Pop Records

4
In My Head
00:03:48

Dum Dum Girls, MainArtist

2011 Sub Pop Records 2011 Sub Pop Records

5
Heartbeat (Take It Away)
00:02:50

Dum Dum Girls, MainArtist

2011 Sub Pop Records 2011 Sub Pop Records

6
Caught in One
00:03:44

Dum Dum Girls, MainArtist

2011 Sub Pop Records 2011 Sub Pop Records

7
Coming Down
00:06:29

Dum Dum Girls, MainArtist

2011 Sub Pop Records 2011 Sub Pop Records

8
Wasted Away
00:03:39

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2011 Sub Pop Records 2011 Sub Pop Records

9
Teardrops on My Pillow
00:02:48

Dum Dum Girls, MainArtist

2011 Sub Pop Records 2011 Sub Pop Records

10
Hold Your Hand
00:03:57

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2011 Sub Pop Records 2011 Sub Pop Records

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