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Sunday Shuffle #304

This shuffle is brought to you by the magic of falling back...

1. Northern Lights/The Bowerbirds (6) - I don't need from you a waterfall of careless praise
2. Uncovering The Old/Dr. Dog (5) - Turn it down, start it over
3. Bright Pink Bookmark/Frightened Rabbit (3) - [Instrumental]
4. If It Feels Good Do It/Sloan (3) - I can't invest my time
5. When We Were Alive/The Thermals (7) - We closed our minds, we shut our traps
6. In The Hearts Of Men/First Aid Kit (7) - In the hearts of men, in the arms of mothers
7. As Long As You Are Near Me/The Smithereens (9) - As long as you are near me I can see clearly
8. Speedbumps/Luna (3) - We were brown and we were down
9. Talking in Code/Margot & The Nuclear So & So's (3) - I gotta go and you're talking in code
10. We're An American Band/Yo La Tengo (2) - Driving in the South, the motor's on fire

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