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Magic Potion

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01
Just Got To Be
3:00  
02
Your Touch
2:43  
03
You're The One
3:28  
04
Just A Little Heat
3:41  
05
Give Your Heart Away
3:27  
06
Strange Desire
4:21  
07
Modern Times
4:20  
08
The Flame
4:36  
09
Goodbye Babylon
5:55  
10
Black Door
3:30  
11
Elevator
3:44  
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 42:45

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