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    Bill.
    Love it. A favourite.

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    Bill Ditto

    Almost an anthem
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    R.E.M - Everybody Hurts
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    Snow patrol chasing cars
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    A very silent house at midnight.
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    A Guy
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    The Pearl Fishers.... "In the depths of the Temple."
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    Jack Johnson ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
    Snow patrol chasing cars
    Awesome!

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    Pachelbel's "Canon."
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