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You Should Be At Home Here

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1
Brooke Daniels' Tiny Broken Fingers
00:03:16

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

2
The Color that your Eyes Changed with the Color of Your Hair
00:05:22

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

3
Halfway Spoken Heart That Feels Comfort In Everything Until It Dissapears And Then It's Gone
00:05:09

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

4
A Loose Hair Falls Into A Glass Of Water Without Ice
00:03:08

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© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

5
Fear Not My Friend For Tonight We Ride
00:02:39

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

6
Blessed Arms that Hold You Tight, Freezing Cold and Alone
00:05:27

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

7
All Apologies and Smiles, Yours Truely, Ugly Valentine
00:02:48

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

8
The Ghost Of A Dead Hummingbird Flying Around The Room
00:07:50

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

9
The Part About The Vine That's Growing Through The Window And Reaching Towards My Bed
00:10:48

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

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You Should Be At Home Here
00:05:38

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

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