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Young & Old

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01
It All Feels the Same
3:23
 
02
Origins
3:28
 
03
My Better Self
3:44
 
04
Traveling
3:01
 
05
Petition
3:11
 
06
Robin
3:04
 
07
High Road
3:03
 
08
Dreaming
3:14
 
09
Take Me to Heaven
3:25
 
10
Never to Part
3:27
 
11
Deep in the Woods (Bonus Track)
3:01
 
12
Vegas (Bonus Track)
3:32
 
Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 39:33

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I-95?

ToasKokopelli

emusic review left me puzzled and pissed of at East Coast bias: I-95 is not in Denver. Maybe driving through a pass on i-70. Beside the album title and some songs are based on Yates no a convertible.

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