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The B-Sides

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She Loves You
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The '59 Sound (Acoustic)
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State of Love and Trust (Live)
3:27
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Tumbling Dice
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The Queen of Lower Chelsea (Acoustic)
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Songs for Teenagers
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Great Expectations (Acoustic)
3:33
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Antonia Jane (Acoustic)
2:43
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American Slang (Acoustic)
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Boxer (Acoustic)
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Once Upon a Time
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 38:51

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