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Love of Life

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Disc 1 of 2
01
(---) Pt. 1
0:16  
02
Love of Life
3:41  
03
The Golden Boy That Was Swallowed by the Sea
4:31  
04
(---) Pt. 2
0:37  
05
(---) Pt. 3
2:06  
06
The Other Side of the World
4:39  
07
Her
5:24  
08
The Sound of Freedom
4:34  
09
(---) Pt. 4
0:34  
10
Amnesia
4:19  
11
Identity
4:30  
12
(---) Pt. 5
1:02  
13
In the Eyes of Nature
4:41  
14
She Cries (For Spider)
4:57  
15
God Loves America
3:43  
16
(---) Pt. 6
1:19  
17
No Cure for the Lonely
2:56  
Disc 2 of 2
01
Amnesia (Long)
7:42  
02
Song for Dead Time (MG Version)
4:34  
03
You Know Everything
4:25  
04
Mother’s Milk
4:36  
05
The Child’s Right
3:36  
06
Love of Life (Short)
3:19  
07
Unfortunate Lie (Inst. Version)
2:17  
08
No Cruel Angel
4:28  
09
Black Eyed Dog
3:48  
10
Love of Life (Long)
6:07  
11
Picture of Maryanne
4:21  
12
Amnesia (Live)
6:20  
13
Dream Dream
5:32  
14
Please Remember Me
4:37  
15
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes
1:17  
16
The Unknown
6:45  
17
Blood on Your Hands
3:11  
18
A Young Girl Needs
2:34  
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Total Tracks: 35   Total Length: 133:18

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