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Can't Say That You're Lonely (Instrumental Creditative Meditaturance)

by Windows to Sky

Instrumental version as heard during the credits of the "Can't Say That You're Lonely" video (but longer).
Genre: Pop: Ambient Pop
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About Windows to Sky

"Just came across you guys, and have to tell you, your music is brilliant." - Johan, listener

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