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Alise Indie Music List - Track 14 - Florence and the Machine

Florence and the Machine - Cosmic Love
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@MoonMinYeon yes, i did look at your K-indie collection, i did clip few of them :) I love the I cry song, pretty good :)
@alise have you seen my k-indie collection? there's more cards but not a lot. But I update :)
@MoonMinYeon I am intereting in Korea indie music, so in process to look up for more :)
@ alise you're welcome! oh thanks! Well, for now no, I just create the cards when I find something interesting in youtube :) It's a very random process :)
@MoonMinYeon for liking and clipping my card :) I like your Indie Collection a lot, do oyu have more Korea India Music?
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