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Come Saturday

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Come Saturday
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Side Ponytail
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Total Tracks: 2   Total Length: 5:18

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Twee pop goodness

jolo

This is a really nice single. A bit of a throwback to late 80's early 90's Creation indiepop, but still lots of fun.

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Side Ponytail

bobgraybill

I love the song Side Ponytail. It's one of those songs that just makes me happy, and makes me think of my wife, so good on you for this b-side

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