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Does Xmas Fiasco Style

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Xmas Curtain
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I Just Wanted to Say
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Xmas Time is Here Again
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New Morning
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Santa Claus is Back in Town
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Bonus instrumental track
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Total Tracks: 6   Total Length: 34:43

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Two great tastes that don't go together

Caustic712

MMJ - great. Christmas music - great. MMJ playing Christmas music - eh. Recommended for completists only.

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