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John 5|Songs for Sanity

Songs for Sanity

John 5

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Damaged
00:03:04

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(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

2
Soul of a Robot
00:03:34

John 5, MainArtist - GTR Music ASCAP, MusicPublisher

(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

3
Geinwith Envy
00:02:07

John 5, MainArtist - GTR Music ASCAP, MusicPublisher

(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

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Sin
00:04:08

John 5, MainArtist - GTR Music ASCAP, MusicPublisher

(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

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Behind the Nut Love
00:01:43

John 5, MainArtist - GTR Music ASCAP, MusicPublisher

(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

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Blues Balls
00:03:28

John 5, MainArtist - GTR Music ASCAP, MusicPublisher

(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

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Fiddler's
00:03:12

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(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

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Gods and Monsters
00:04:09

John 5, MainArtist - GTR Music ASCAP, MusicPublisher

(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

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2 Die 4
00:04:06

John 5, MainArtist - GTR Music ASCAP, MusicPublisher

(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

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Death Valley
00:03:57

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(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

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Perineum
00:05:07

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(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

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Denouement
00:04:17

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(C) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc. (P) 2005 Shrapnel Records, Inc.

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