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Sleeping on Trash: A Collection of Songs Recorded 2005-2010

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Mike Kennedy Is a Bad Friend
1:14
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Solo & Chewy: Holdin' It Down
3:14
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Won't Be Pathetic Forever
2:59
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You're Not Salinger. Get over It.
3:42
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An Elegy for Baby Blue
2:25
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Don't Open the Fridge!
2:57
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Christmas at 22
2:36
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Leavenhouse. 11:30.
2:11
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My Geraldine Lies over the Delaware
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I Ain't Saying He a Gold Digga (Sike!)
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Let's Moshercise!!!
2:32
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Through Two Hearts
5:06
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Cheap Shots, Youth Anthems
2:00
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Zip Lock
3:21
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Hey Julie
2:44
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Buzz Aldrin: The Poster Boy for Second Place
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Cowboy Killers
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I Fell in Love with a Ninja Master
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 51:38

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