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You And Me - Readymade - The Feeling Modified (CD, Album)

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  1. "You" is a song by Swedish electronic music duo Galantis. It was released on 1 April as the second single from their debut EP Galantis (). It was originally written for Britney Spears, entitled "I'll Remember You" for her eighth studio album Britney Jean but, for unknown reasons, was cut from the album and used by Galantis. The song has the uncredited voice on the .
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  2. Oct 19,  · "Modified" is the hidden bonus track, it comes along about 2 minutes after "Let Me In" if you leave the CD running. Again, it's full of energy and life, and leaves you feeling refreshed and alive. The CD opens up with "Turn It Up", another great fun track - you may notice a recurring theme here, that all the songs seem to be energy-fuelled and feel-good style/5(49).
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  3. Nov 01,  · The refined sophomore album from Majid Jordan—best known for featuring on Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home”—finds the Toronto duo coasting on an atmospheric pop-R&B sound that is.
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  4. Jun 04,  · You're feeling good, you're feeling right Across the floor, and I'm already losing my mind Baby girl, looking fine Watch you playing and playing and playing these guys Catch my stare, little smile Tell me that you're ready and you're feeling the vibe Someday I'll be so damn sublime, We'll arrive behind a hash-tag sign.
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  5. Jul 08,  · From the album "You And Me" in
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  6. Jan 16,  · However, realistically, our criteria for a "very good" album these days is basically two or three REALLY good songs, two or three OKAY songs, and the rest are forgettable filler. By that criteria, Church Songs is a "very good" album. Standouts for congregational worship would be, "Spirit of the Living God" and "Do What You Want To."/5(55).
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  7. Readymade Lyrics: An open road where I can breathe / Where the lowest low is calling to me / I can pull myself back up, back down / Stuck together like a ready-made .
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  8. Mar 25,  · Modified trap hi-hats and synths puff up “I Want You” and the slow jam “Amen,” while “Ever Seen Heaven” has a futuristic feel, like something Disclosure would conjure up. The spare, unadorned soul song remains his forte and “Still” is one of his best.
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