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Raw Youth Collage 00:03:37
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No Hope Generation 00:03:54
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I Don't Think I Can Do This Again 00:03:42
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a meeting at an oak tree 00:01:29
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Deal Wiv It 00:02:56
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vicarious living anthem 00:02:05
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In My Mind 00:05:31
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Today 00:03:19
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Live Like We're Dancing 00:04:09
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Teenage Headache Dreams 00:04:42
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(nocturne for strings and a conversation) 00:02:19

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