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Fare Thee Well 00:04:21
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Three Wishes 00:04:51
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Perdida 00:03:29
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I Didn't Know the Time 00:05:31
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Years 00:03:30
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She's My Queen 00:04:41
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Miles Away 00:04:56
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You Found Yourself While Losing Your Heart 00:05:43
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I Once Sat at Your Table 00:01:56
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Sunburst 00:06:28

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