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Things We Lost in the Fire

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Sunflower
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Whitetail
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Dinosaur Act
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Medicine Magazines
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Laser Beam
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July
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Embrace
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Whore
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Kind of Girl
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Like a Forest
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Closer
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In Metal Intro
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In Metal
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 53:16

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