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This song is about what happened to Iann in real life cause in an interview, he said that this song is about how a girl he was with told him that it was all in his head and that he was delusional and he was like "no, i'm not" and she just kept telling him that it was and he said that he hated being lied to and he said that she said that his emotions are the reason that the bad things were happening.
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Verse 1 The Why Don’t We boys are enjoying a good drink and a dance at the infamous Lotus Inn. They catch a glimpse of a girl looking at them from across the dance floor. The boys realize it was no mistake as her intentions are clear in her eyes; “I think we both know how this night’s gonna end.” This was not part of the plan for neither of the boys for the night. But this is a welcomed detour! Pre-chorus The boy is tranced by her looks and the way her body moves on the dance floor. Why Don’t We wishes the Sun would look away (go down) so they can hide away into the darkness of the night. Chorus The night turns into pure ecstasy and the boys want to re-live it all over again. The Lotus Inn is made for travelers who are “looking to find yourself or looking for a good time” and promises to “make your stay with us a night to remember.” Verse 2 In the second verse of the song, Why Don’t We sing about playing this song over and over again even before it released. While this could allude to the ongoing storyline of the song, where the girl might have loved this song, it has a different backstory too. Christian Seavey, Daniel Seavey’s brother, talked about the song and it’s connection to their late friend Corey La Barrie, who passed away in May 2020; “[this song] is so close to my heart, because Corey and I, every time we drove home from anywhere, he would always be like, “Christian, play ‘Lotus Inn,’ man!” … And he would scream that shit in the back. Corey kinda wanted to be a singer, and he used to talk to Daniel about it all the time, it was the cutest thing. But he would belt “Lotus Inn” and I loved it.” The lyrics of the second verse also shout out to their album titles, but it fits perfectly to the context of the song as well. Despite the few bad days, at the Lotus Inn or even in life in general, we always push through thinking about the many good days.
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On “Easy”, singer Troye Sivan narrates the tale of a romantic relationship that is rapidly meeting its demise. And the primary reason the relationship is in distress is because one of the partner’s misbehaved. It is apparent that said partner cheated. And now having realized this grave mistake, they are are basically doing all their best to mend the broken relationship. Apparently the “cheating” partner still treasures the union and would be devastated to lose it.
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Youth" is a song by Australian singer and songwriter Troye Sivan from his debut studio album Blue Neighbourhood (2015). It was written by Sivan, Bram Inscore, Brett McLaughlin (Leland), Alex Hope and Allie X, and produced by Bram Inscore, SLUMS and Alex JL Hiew. The song premiered on 12 November 2015 on Shazam Top 20 at 7PM AEST and was officially released on 13 November 2015 as the album's second single. Youth" won Sivan's first ever Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Awards in 2016 for Best Video and Song of the Year. Billboard ranked "Youth" at number 11 on their "100 Best Pop Songs of 2016" list. Sivan said "'Youth' is a song about the joy in naivety and being lost. It's about dropping everything, running away, making mistakes, and loving too hard, and how that's okay.
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To Die For" is a song by English singer Sam Smith, released through Capitol Records on 14 February 2020. Smith co-wrote the song alongside Jimmy Napes and Stargate. The song was intended to appear on Smith's upcoming third album (2020), however, it was later removed after the album's postponement. Smith said that they wrote the song in Los Angeles "during a time of self-discovery and heartbreak".
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I'm tired of the city, scream if you're with me
If I'm gonna die, let's die somewhere pretty, ah, ah-ah
Sad in the summer, city needs a mother
If I'm gonna waste my time then it's time to go
Take yourself home
Take yourself home
Apparently the city in which he finds himself is causing him so much depression due to it not being beautiful and welcoming. And for some reason he anticipates he’d meet his demise there. And the last thing he wants happening to him is dying in the cold bosom of the city. He’d rather die somewhere else – “somewhere pretty”. And this place where he hopes to be and die might be what he refers to as “home”.
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Pink lemonade sippin' on a Sunday
Couples holding hands on a runway
They're all posing in a picture frame
Whilst my world's crashing down
Solo shadow on a sidewalk
Just want somebody to die for
Sunshine livin' on a perfect day
While my world's crashing down
I just want somebody to die for

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He's saying that while everyone is having a great time with their friends and families, he's somewhere having the hardest time and he feels like his world is just, falling apart and nothing will ever get fixed.
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Dua Lipa’s “Break My Heart” is premised on the singer being well-tenured in the field of romance. In other words, she has dealt with various dudes in the past and comes off as somewhat of a female playa, i.e. the one who tends to terminate these romances when she gets bored. But now she has met someone new, that being the addressee. And this individual has a different effect on her. Or to put things bluntly, it’s like she is falling in love for the first time. And now she is afraid for her own emotional well being, as the same power she exercised over lovers in the past, now someone has that advantage over her. Or stated otherwise she is stuck on this individual. So in light of acknowledging these emotions, she also understands that the addressee actually has to power to ‘break her heart’. And such is the thesis sentiment of the lyrics. And it is basically Dua recognizing that falling in love with someone also means said individual can potentially leave her heartbroken. This is the third single from Dua Lipa’s sophomore album, which is entitled “Future Nostalgia”. Warner Records released it on 25 March 2020, a couple of days prior to its originally-intended release date. And Lipa has implied that the release date of the song and album itself had been moved up in response to the spread of the coronavirus.
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Flicker is the debut studio album by Irish singer Niall Horan. It was released on 20 October 2017 through Neon Haze Music and Capitol Records. "This Town" was released on 29 September 2016 as the album's lead single, followed by "Slow Hands", "Too Much to Ask", "On the Loose" and "Seeing Blind". In June 2016, Horan confirmed that he was working on his debut studio album, stating "I've been in the studio writing bits and pieces. It's just for fun at the moment. I've made relationships with different writers up and down the years so I'm putting them into action now." In September 2016, it was announced that Horan had signed a solo deal with Capitol Records. Talking to the Daily Star, Horan said: "I have been working on [the album] since March 2016. It has been a year and a half in the making and it is finally time for people to hear it." In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Horan stated that his upcoming new album was inspired by classic rock acts, including Fleetwood Mac and the Eagles. "Whenever I would pick up a guitar, I would always naturally play chords like that, and finger pick a lot and play that folky kind of style." He also described the collection as having a "folk-with-pop feel to it." In August 2017, Horan debuted several songs from the album during a live show at Shepherd's Bush Empire in London. He also revealed that he had contacted Maren Morris to contribute to his song "Seeing Blind". On 15 September 2017, Horan announced the album through his social media accounts, revealing the album's title, cover art and release date as well as the release of the third single from the album, "Too Much to Ask". The track list of the album was unveiled on 22 September 2017. Horan told Zane Lowe on his Beats 1 Radio show that the album's title track, "Flicker", means the most to him and "was a very poignant moment in the recording process", to the extent that "it changed the way I recorded the rest of the album".
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To put things succinctly, in “Someone You Loved” Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi is lamenting over a lost love. Capaldi misses the benefits he enjoyed while he was with his significant other, when he was actually someone that she loved. He is obviously dealing with some sort of psychological issue. And this psychological challenge is most likely depression. He is in a pretty dark place and badly needs regular emotional support. In the past, this would have apparently been granted to him by his girlfriend. But now that their relationship has dissolved, he is basically defenseless. He has no one around who cares enough to help him deal with these issues. How their relationship ended is not really made clear in the song. However, based on the lyrics, it seems that Capaldi lost her unexpectedly. The aftershocks of being left alone are paining Lewis not only due to his depression but also the fact that he was getting accustomed to being the recipient of his significant other’s care and love. And the situation is made more unbearable, considering, as alluded to earlier, that everyday life itself does not seem to be something Capaldi particularly enjoys.
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Here is my better explanation According to Selena Gomez’s own words, her song “Boyfriend” is “a lighthearted song”. And in relation to its lyrical content, she has referred it to being about finding oneself “falling down and getting back up” again and again “in love”. However, in doing so, still having at the back of your mind that only you have the power to make yourself truly happy. Having said the above, Selena quickly went on to stress on the fact that the lyrics of the track don’t really reflect how she’s currently feeling. And why did she need to stress on this? We hear you ask! Now, this is because the song was released in the midst of the global 2020 pandemic (pestilence). According to Selena, she and her team penned this song “long before” the pandemic began. She concluded by saying that currently a boyfriend is nowhere at the top of her priority list. In addition to Selena and noted singer and songwriter Julia Michaels, there are four writers credited with writing “Boyfriend”. The other two writers are Justin Tranter and MNEK. The songwriting and production duo known as The Roomates produced this track.
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Lauv’s “Modern Loneliness” is meant to speak to the “modern” concept of loneliness as defined by Lauv. And as he describes it, it is pretty much defined as always being in the company of people yet still feeling alone. He further expounds that this sensation is characterized by indeed having friends but never taking the time to get in contact with them via telephone or the ‘net. But as for the source of this loneliness, that would apparently be some type of depression he is suffering from. Thus the second verse in particular is centered on the singer’s desire to ‘cleanse his soul’. And this is obviously a metaphorical idea which would apparently produce the desired result of making him more cheerful. He also points to another contribution to this unfavorable mind state, which is people’s affinity for ‘getting high’ yet their inability to “come down” when need be. Perhaps he could be referring to the aftereffects of actually taking drugs, but these statements are ambiguous enough as presented. What it all seemingly boils down is that his loneliness is founded in his own inner turmoil. And the way it is manifest externally is by the narrator, at least in terms of actually outreaching, being sort of an introvert.
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The lyrics of Troye Sivan’s “Take Yourself Home” find him talking about not wanting to be in the city anymore because he’s so tired of it. He expresses a really strong desire to leave the city. But exactly where he wants to go isn’t clearly stated. What is abundantly clear is that he wants to make his way to a place that is not only pretty but also very welcoming. Apparently the city in which he finds himself is causing him so much depression due to it not being beautiful and welcoming. And for some reason he anticipates he’d meet his demise there. And the last thing he wants happening to him is dying in the cold bosom of the city. He’d rather die somewhere else – “somewhere pretty”. And this place where he hopes to be and die might be what he refers to as “home”. The song was released in the wake of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic (which forced countless cities all over the world to go on lockdown). And it is apparent that this is what is making the narrator not like the big city anymore as it is deserted, depressing and extremely dangerous. Actually in talking about the song, Sivan revealed that it was inspired by the current happenings around the world. Sivan has described this song as something more like “a pep talk” with oneself and where one comes from. He further stated that the lyrics are about grappling with “your place in the world”. According to him, “Take Yourself Home” happens to be one of his favorite self-penned songs.
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Roses" is a song by Guyanese-American rapper Saint Jhn, originally released in July 2016 and later included on his 2018 album Collection One. It was then remixed by Kazakh producer Imanbek and released as a single on September 13, 2019. The remix helped the song gain international recognition. 19-year-old Kazakh musician and producer Imanbek Zeykenov remixed the song and released it as a single in 2019 through the Russian label Effective Records without Saint Jhn's involvement. Zeykenov attempted to contact Saint Jhn on Instagram, but did not receive a reply.
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From reading the lyrics, to me, it looks like shes saying that she wants a boyfriend but its hard for her to get one and she says she keeps hitting dead ends and she says that she could call someone about it but that won't work so she gonna keep looking one.
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"You Should Be Sad" (stylized in sentence case) is a song recorded by American singer Halsey. It was released on January 10, 2020 through Capitol Records as the sixth single from her third studio album, Manic (2020). Halsey wrote the song with its producer Greg Kurstin. "You Should Be Sad" is a country-tinged ballad which features lyrics about a breakup and an unfaithful ex-lover. Upon its release, the song was met with critical acclaim, with many critics praising its lyrics. In the US, the song peaked at number twenty six on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the album's second highest charting single on the Hot 100. It entered the top ten in Australia, Belgium and Ireland, while reaching the top 20 in Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Scotland, Singapore and the United Kingdom. The music video for "You Should Be Sad" was directed by Colin Tilley. Premiering on January 10, 2020, the video depicts Halsey going to "an underground country western nightclub, where a lot of beautiful people are line-dancin". The video was met with mixed reviews. Halsey revealed that she wrote the song in her living room floor, as well in Nashville, and stated that "the most petty and heartbreaking songs all come from country". When talking about the inspiration for the outfits, Halsey confirmed a number of artists, writing, "Xtina, Gaga, Carrie, and of course Shania, this was one loaded with nods to badass idols of mine. Had the vision to do a 'Before He Cheats' but instead about after he does haha".
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"Roxanne" (stylized in all uppercase) is a song by American rapper and singer Arizona Zervas. It was released on October 10, 2019. The song was written by the artist himself with Lauren Larue, and produced by 94Skrt and JaeGreen. It reached number one in New Zealand and peaked within the top ten in Australia, Norway, the UK, and the US. It reached the Top 40 in many other European and North American markets, including number four on the Billboard Hot 100. The success of the song sparked a bidding war among labels, and on November 15, 2019, it was reported that Zervas had signed with Columbia Records. A remix with American rapper Swae Lee was released on February 21, 2020. Zervas teased the release of the song by posting a clip of him dancing to the song on his Instagram a day prior to the release. The song was released on October 10, 2019. The track quickly became a viral hit on the app TikTok. Within the first three weeks, the song reached the Top 50 of the US Spotify and several iTunes charts. Due to the sudden success of the song, it was added to Spotify's Today's Top Hits playlist in late October 2019. However, Billboard reported that only 28% of Zervas' Spotify streams come from playlists. It topped Spotify's US song chart from November 7–13 with more than one million streams daily, making Zervas the first unsigned, independent artist to achieve that honor. The song's success landed him a deal with Columbia Records, marking Columbia's second major signing of a viral star in 2019 following the label's deal with Lil Nas X, thanks to his breakout hit "Old Town Road". Since the release and success of "Roxanne", the singer has gone from having just over 500,000 monthly Spotify listeners to nearly 31 million listeners as of January 2020.
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"Falling" is a song by English singer and songwriter Harry Styles. It was released through Erskine and Columbia Records on 28 February 2020 as the fourth single from his second studio album, Fine Line. The music video, directed by Dave Meyers, was released on 28 February 2020. The video features Styles alone in an apartment with a piano. As he sings the ballad, the room slowly fills with water, until, in the end, he is fully submerged, drowning. In reference to the video, Styles said "That feeling of kind of being overwhelmed, you know you can feel like you're drowning sometimes...and the fact that it's coming from the piano, I guess it's like writing these songs are what helps but also they can hurt you sometimes."
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"Old Me" is a song by Australian pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer, released on 6 March 2020 as the fourth single from the band's fourth studio album Calm. The song was written by Luke Hemmings, Ashton Irwin, Alexandra Tamposi, Andrew Wotman, William Walsh, Louis Bell, Brian Lee and Andre Proctor. In a statement, Hemmings said "'Old Me' carries a youthful spirit and follows the narrative of a young person's life growing up, for better or for worse. Every decision we made, whether right or wrong, has led us to the men we are proud to be today. We were thrown into the public eye at a young age and gratefully had each other at a confusing time. Sometimes it's important we look back in order to appreciate the journey we've been on together."
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"I'm So Tired..." (stylized in lowercase) is a song recorded by American singer Lauv and Australian singer Troye Sivan. It was released on January 24, 2019. The song reached number eight on the UK Singles Chart, becoming both artists' first top 10 there. It also reached the top 5 in Ireland, top 10 in New Zealand, and the top 15 of Australia. Sivan remembers "Fully flipping out" upon being shown the track by Lauv during a writing session. The track went through several variations. At one point, the chorus featured four on the floor drum beats, although this version "felt really good". According to Sivan, it felt like a remix and that element was eventually dropped. Lauv would go on to call the single an "accidental duet" explaining " he [Sivan] just sounded too good singing it, so I think it was just natural to do the record together."
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"Back to You" is the second solo single of English singer and songwriter Louis Tomlinson, featuring American singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha and English DJ and producer Digital Farm Animals. It was written by Tomlinson, Digital Farm Animals, Pablo Bowman, Richard Boardman, and Sarah Blanchard, while the production was handled by Digital Farm Animals and Tommy Danvers. The single was released on 21 July 2017; its accompanying music video premiered the same date. The song was released via his own label, 78 Productions. It was later confirmed Tomlinson signed a solo recording deal with Epic Records. On 26 June, it was announced via two consecutive tweets from Tomlinson's Twitter that the song would be released at the end of July. The release date was later confirmed as 21 July.
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Sivan said of the song, "It's about loneliness and the different ways that people cope with the things that are going on in their lives." He also stated: "I wrote this song during a bit of a rough time for someone super close to me, and for myself, and it still means as much to me as the day I wrote it."
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(Yeah I bloom) I bloom just for you
(I bloom) just for you
(Yeah I bloom) I bloom just for you
(I bloom) just for you
When Troye says "I bloom just for you" it means, to me, that he shows his reals self just for this person. He is himself around this person.
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Sivan first revealed the song in an interview with Popjustice. He described the song as "complete pop. Like: 'Katy Perry Teenage Dream' pop", deeming it "the most subversively queer song on the album". “ It's that light, sonically. Lyrically it's a bit more cheeky. It's just a really fun song. I wrote it with Leland and we were dying laughing and just having the best time writing it. Lyrically I think it's the most subversively queer song on the album. That's kind of what makes me like it so much — it's almost like a little inside joke. It's [sonically] very consumable pop music so I can imagine the masses understanding it a little bit more, and that's funny to me. I don't even think it's necessarily the big single or anything like that, but I really hope the song ends up spreading its wings way further than the people who wouldn't normally listen to my music. ” In another interview with Dazed, the song was described by the interviewer as "a gay anthem for bottoms", on which Sivan "takes the role of what sounds like the receptive partner losing his virginity". When asked if that is what the song is about, Sivan replied with a wink: "It's 100 per cent about flowers! That's all it is. Call it whatever you wanna call it. I wanna play that song at every Pride." To promote the single, Sivan launched his own mobile app on 30 April 2018. The app contains a video, in which Sivan can be seen seated on a bed with a male partner sleeping behind him. He then looks at the camera and says: "It's about flowers", before a clip from the song plays in the background. The song's title flashes across the screen, with the release details appearing in a smaller font below. He later posted the same video on social media and YouTube. Along with the video, the app also features cryptic photos of fluorescent, doll-like figures, as seen in the cover art and lyric video.
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Miss You is a song by Louis Tomlinson. It serves as the second official single from his upcoming debut album. Lyrically, it details a narrator realising they miss their former partner, in the midst of hard partying. "Miss You" was written by Louis Tomlinson, Julian Bunetta, Richard Boardman, Ian Franzino, Sarah Blanchard, Pablo Bowman, Andrew Haas & Asia Whiteacre. Tomlinson detailed the song's meaning in a press release, stating: "I wrote this song about a time in my life when I was going out partying every night. In hindsight throughout that time I was pretty numb and just going through the motions. Deep down it was always in the back of my mind that what I really missed was the girl that I loved". Tomlinson rekindled his relationship with Eleanor Calder in January 2017. The pair had previously dated from 2011 to 2015.
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Sivan teased the song via Twitter a day in advance of its release. In the short teaser trailer he posted, a silhouetted figure can be seen making hand motions to the background music, before a series of videos of Sivan and his boyfriend Jacob Bixenman is shown.The song's title then flashes on the screen, with release details appearing in a smaller font below. Sivan captioned the obscure teaser: "Last song before the album. Here we go kiddos!" Shortly before the song's release, he teased clips of the song being performed live, describing the song in one of the tweets: "'Animal' is one of my fave songs I've ever written. I wanted to make an epic, timeless love song about how whipped I am." He premiered the song for media and industry executives at the Capitol Records Congress a day before its commercial release.
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Sivan first revealed the song during an interview with Nick Grimshaw on BBC Radio 1 in February. "This was not a planned announcement, but I'm so excited. It sounds exactly like I dreamt it would. [Grande] and I are friends. She's really fun. I said 'would you ever sing on this song?' And she just did it. My favourite thing is not telling people who it is, and then starting to play the song and as soon as she starts to sing, everyone's like 'are you serious?' Her voice is nuts." He wrote on Twitter immediately after the show: "Yes! The rumours are trumours! [Grande] is my pop queen and I can't wait for you guys to hear our song." Described as a "mellow dance track", Sivan later revealed the song's title in an interview with GQ Australia. On 11 June 2018, Sivan officially announced the title and release date of the song on social media and teased an 11-second preview the following day. The teaser features a close-up still of Sivan and Grande, whose faces are illuminated by blue lights. He also confirmed that the track would debut on Beats 1 with Zane Lowe. Sivan told Lowe that he was initially nervous to ask Grande to sing on the song. After he sent her the song, Grande replied instantly and excitedly asked when she could work on it. They happened to be working at the same studio that day and they hung out to discuss life and decide on Grande's part in the song. Sivan got the voice demo back from her the next day.
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On 4 January 2018, Sivan teased the song on social media by posting a blank video with the word "my" flickering on the screen. On 5 January, he posted a photo of a Spotify-branded billboard in Times Square, which features a black and white photo of his face and the words "6 days", revealing the song's release date.On 8 January 2018, he unveiled the official artwork of the song, and teased the music video the day after. In the short monochrome clip, he can be seen posing against the wind in an abandoned warehouse. "'My My My!' is a song of liberation, freedom, and love. Throw all inhibition to the wind, be present in your body, love wholeheartedly, move the way you've always wanted to, and dance the way you feel — hopefully even to this song," Sivan stated in a press release. He revealed in an interview with Zane Lowe on Beats 1 that his relationship with model Jacob Bixenman inspired the optimistic attitude expressed throughout the song. "I was looking for that exhale of relief," Sivan told Lowe, and ultimately landed on "Oh my my my" to sum up his feelings of freedom.
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Had to fuck it up before I let you get to know me
He had to get rid of it, before anyone got to know him. He didn't want anyone to know what he did.
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