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The Monument Sessions

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Dumb Blonde
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Something Fishy
2:06
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Fuel to the Flame
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The Little Things
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The Company You Keep
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Why, Why, Why
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Put it Off Until Tomorrow
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I'm in No Condition
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Too Lonely Too Long
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As Long As I Love You
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What Do You Think About Loving?
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I Wasted My Tears
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I Couldn't Wait Forever
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Ping Pong
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I'm Not Worth the Tears
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The Giving and the Taking
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Busy Signal
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I Took Him For Granted
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 43:16

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