Category: Psychedelic Rock

Sorry For Itself (Emilio Remix)


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  2. Contact Hello, I'm Sorry. Streaming and Download help. Redeem code. Report this album or account Track Name: Good's Not Great 'Get yourself together'? I just wanna see myself as someone that I'd like All of my shoes have holes in the soles but that's alright All of my friends are better friends than I am.
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  5. Apr 24,  · New PSB single is disappointing Im sorry to say but one of the remixes isn’t bad. The song itself is one of the most boring thing they’ve ever written let alone released, more like a dull b side than album track. I nearly always come round to these later but .
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