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Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind, sung by Vashti Bunyan - 1965

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The B52's - Rock Lobster

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“Crystal-Eyes is a project that combines ancient wisdom with travel, healing, painting, cinematography, and music. Nick, Alex, and Lawrence will set out on a journey, collecting crystals along the gem trails of these beautiful United states. Each crystal/ gem will correspond directly to the 12 constellations of the western zodiac. Field recordings of rivers, animals, fires, winds and musical instruments will be taken as well. These recordings will replicate the seven healing frequencies ...

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as tears go by

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Detektivbyrån - Nattöppet

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Betty LaVette - Let me down easy

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ronettes- keep on dancing

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▶ John Lennon - "Be My Baby" Phil Spector's cover during the 'Lost Weekend" 1973-1974 `j

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in my top 100 of all times for sure

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mama said

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high heeled sneakers

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sugar pie

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fool in love

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Will you still love me tomorrow

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LYKKE LI, I KNOW PLACES: from wounded rhymes, 2011. special web-video version.

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like the moon, the stars and the sun

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Whole Wide World. From Wikipedia: "(I'd Go The) Whole Wide World" is a song written by English rock and roll singer-songwriter Eric Goulden, better known as Wreckless Eric.The song was never a chart hit single for Goulden, though it subsequently became his most well-known recording. The only charted version of "Whole Wide World" was a cover by the band Mental As Anything, on the Australian singles chart in 1995. Covers include in 1978: Anna Oxa, Italian translation, title "Un cielo a metà."

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"Weighty Ghost" by Wintersleep, From the Album Welcome To The Night Sky. It'll make you sing "Oh, have you seen my ghost?"

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the carolina chocolate drops.

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own stunts - breathe owl breathe

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Local Natives.

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