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and another version




 
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or even --->

 
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and even another version! well this is a bit of repeat, but i dig it, i really enjoy this artist, and this is one of the best things shes done recently...

the studio recording:



i can think of some others...but maybe less union /folk type songs...

*edit * ooo and how could i forget this one?!



 
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One of my favorites!
 
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Can't resist...
 
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on a very different wave ---->



 
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bump!
 
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hope I'm not repeating.....


 
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