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United States United States. DJ since Jul 7, 2009
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jablair51 This town is coming like a ghost town.
jablair51 Because I'm still in love with you on this harvest moon.
jablair51 We walk the plank with our eyes wide open.
jablair51 I don't understand why this song has only 600 views on Youtube. Great artist.
jablair51 This song makes me want to drive around LA at 3 in the morning while wearing a satin jacket.
jablair51 I’m addicted to you. Don’t you know that you’re toxic?

Local HToxic-18

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jablair51 Take your tomorrow, pain and your sorrow and teach it how to fly
jablair51 You're nearly a laugh but you're really a cry.
jablair51 Eight hours to get to Heaven Hill. Head down - due south - past Louisville

Local HBuffalo Trace

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jablair51 Don't wake the monsters in my head. Tip toe, they're sleeping in.

Ryan Adams & The Cardinals Ultraviolet Light NEW ALBUM

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jablair51 The Boy Who Blocked His Own Shot

6. The boy who Blocked his own Shot

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jablair51 Someone explain to my wife that this isn't elevator music.


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jablair51 Can't stop listening to this album. I'm sad that I missed them in concert on Sunday.

Now, NowThread

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jablair51 IIIIIIII caaaaaaaan't sleeeeeeeep at niiiiiiiiight

Now, NowWolf

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jablair51 On second thought, it's probably a good thing I didn't win the Mega Millions.

Cyndi Lauper: "Money Changes Everything"

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jablair51 Twenty years ago today TMBG's Apollo 18 was released.

They Might Be Giants-The Statue Got Me High

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jablair51 Rick Santorum's health care plan

Every Sperm is Sacred {Monty Python's Meaning of Life}

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