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  • Samukora
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    Out of the Blue unveils Al Joshua’s first solo album following his critically acclaimed Orphans & Vandals project which saw the release of ‘ I Am Alive and You Are Dead’, in April At the time NME described the work as “A stricken, subtonic dream of London that makes the capital feel fresh”.
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    Nov 13,  · Pull Me Out Lyrics: I've lost track of the time and so have all my friends / Spending winters reflecting the summer just to feel warm again / I've learned my .
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  • Tezragore
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    Lyrics to 'Joshua' by Dolly Parton. Well a good way down the rail-road track, There was this little old run down shack And in it lived a man I'd never se-e-e-een Folk said he was a mean and a vicious man And you'd better not set foot on his land.
  • Mahn
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    Jul 02,  · From "A Whole New Theory" (, LP) on Doghouse Records (US). Track: 03/09 Please listen by the big volume. Pull Me Out; Artist Joshua; Album A Fistful of Vinyl - .
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    Features Song Lyrics for Joshua's Joshua album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  • Tanos
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  • Nalar
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    A Whole New Theory Joshua Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music: A Whole New Theory "Please retry" out of 5 stars An amazing album from a highly understated band/5(3).
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