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Animal Rights

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01
Now I Let It Go
2:08  
02
Come On Baby
4:39  
03
Someone to Love
2:51  
04
Heavy Flow
1:53  
05
You
2:33  
06
My Love Will Never Die
4:32  
07
Soft
3:57  
08
Say It's All Mine
6:06  
09
That's When I Reach for My Revolver
3:57  
10
Face It
10:03  
11
Living
7:00  
12
Love Song for My Mom
3:40  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 53:19

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