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The Bears for Lunch

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King Arthur The Red
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The Corners are Glowing
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Have A Jug
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Hangover Child
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Dome Rust
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Finger Gang
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The Challenge Is Much More
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Waving At Airplanes
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The Military School Dance Dismissal
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White Flag
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Skin to Skin Combat
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She Lives In An Airport
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Tree Fly Jet
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Walking Up The Stars
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Up Instead of Running
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Smoggy Boy
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Amorphous Surprise
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You Can Fly Anything Right
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Everywhere Is Miles From Everywhere
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 43:05

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