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1
The Moon
00:06:04

Patricia Barber, Producer, Piano & Vocals - Words & Music by Patricia Barber - Recorded and mixed by Jim Anderson

(C) 2002 Premonition Records (P) 2002 Premonition Records

2
Lost In This Love
00:03:01

Patricia Barber, Producer, Piano & Vocals - Words & Music by Patricia Barber - Recorded and mixed by Jim Anderson

(C) 2002 Premonition Records (P) 2002 Premonition Records

3
Clues
00:04:58

Patricia Barber, Producer, Piano & Vocals - Words & Music by Patricia Barber - Recorded and mixed by Jim Anderson

(C) 2002 Premonition Records (P) 2002 Premonition Records

4
Pieces
00:05:35

Patricia Barber, Producer, Piano & Vocals - Words & Music by Patricia Barber - Recorded and mixed by Jim Anderson

(C) 2002 Premonition Records (P) 2002 Premonition Records

5
I Could Eat Your Words
00:07:51

Patricia Barber, Producer, Piano & Vocals - Words & Music by Patricia Barber - Recorded and mixed by Jim Anderson

(C) 2002 Premonition Records (P) 2002 Premonition Records

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The Fire
00:04:51

Patricia Barber, Producer, Piano & Vocals - Words & Music by Patricia Barber - Recorded and mixed by Jim Anderson

(C) 2002 Premonition Records (P) 2002 Premonition Records

7
Regular Pleasures
00:05:44

Patricia Barber, Producer, Piano & Vocals - Words & Music by Patricia Barber - Recorded and mixed by Jim Anderson

(C) 2002 Premonition Records (P) 2002 Premonition Records

8
Dansons La Gigue
00:04:20

Patricia Barber, Producer, Piano & Vocals - Adapted from a text by Paul Verlaine - Recorded and mixed by Jim Anderson

(C) 2002 Premonition Records (P) 2002 Premonition Records

9
You Gotta Go Home
00:03:17

Patricia Barber, Producer, Piano & Vocals - Words & Music by Patricia Barber - Recorded and mixed by Jim Anderson

(C) 2002 Premonition Records (P) 2002 Premonition Records

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If I Were Blue
00:06:00

Patricia Barber, Producer, Piano & Vocals - Words & Music by Patricia Barber - Recorded and mixed by Jim Anderson

(C) 2002 Premonition Records (P) 2002 Premonition Records

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