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The Lemon Twigs

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Songs for the General Public

The Lemon Twigs

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1
Hell on Wheels
00:03:39
2
Live in Favor of Tomorrow
00:03:23
3
No One Holds You (Closer Than the One You Haven't Met)
00:03:30
4
Fight
00:03:02
5
Somebody Loving You
00:03:50
6
Moon
00:04:06
7
The One
00:02:26
8
Only a Fool
00:03:25
9
Hog
00:04:23
10
Why Do Lovers Own Each Other?
00:02:45
11
Leather Together
00:03:28
12
Ashamed
00:05:19

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