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Here's to a speedy recovery, Elvis Costello. 

 

 

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Mein Fuhrer, I CAN WALK.

 

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Great song when you want to slow it down, guitar solo that kicks in at 2:42 is epic

 

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Holy crap, Madonna is 60.

 

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I liked this song when I was young, now that I'm old, I understand it exactly.

 

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