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Today in Faith Playlists: 061417

  1. Bear's Den - Above The Clouds Of Pompeii (04:39)
  2. Janet Jackson - Again (03:47)
  3. Monica - Ain't Gonna Cry No More (04:10)
  4. U2 - All I Want Is You (06:29)
  5. Janet Jackson - All My Love to You (05:46)
  6. Beyonce - All Night (05:20)
  7. Tori Amos - All Through The Night (04:30)
  8. Taylor Swift - All Too Well (05:29)
  9. Lenny Kravitz - Are You Gonna Go My Way (03:32)
  10. Chris Cornell - Billie Jean (04:41)
  11. Chris Cornell - Can't Change Me (03:23)
  12. Climbing Up The Walls.m4a ( 4:50)
  13. Janet Jackson - Control (05:53)
  14. Janet Jackson - Every Time (04:17)
  15. Fiona Apple - Extraordinary Machine (03:44)
  16. Fiona Apple - Fast As You Can (04:40)
  17. Demi Lovato - Fix A Heart (03:13)
  18. Adele - Hello (04:55)
  19. Adele - I Miss You (05:48)
  20. Taylor Swift - I Wish You Would (03:27)
  21. Bruce Springsteen - I'm On Fire (02:41)
  22. U2 - In A Little While (03:40)
  23. Coldplay - Life In Technicolor (02:30)
  24. Tori Amos - Livin' On A Prayer (05:52)
  25. Beyoncé - Love on Top (04:27)
  26. U2 - Mysterious Ways (04:03)
  27. Taylor Swift - Out Of The Woods (03:55)
  28. Coldplay - Paradise (04:37)
  29. The Fugees - Ready Or Not (03:46)
  30. Snow Patrol - Run (05:57)
  31. Fiona Apple - Sleep to Dream (04:10)
  32. Tori Amos - Sleeps Wit Butterflies (03:36)
  33. U2 - Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own (05:08)
  34. U2 - Song for Someone (03:46)
  35. Taylor Swift - State of Grace (04:55)
  36. Monica - Street Symphony (05:34)
  37. U2 - Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of (04:33)
  38. Marilyn Manson - The Beautiful People (03:38)
  39. Taylor Swift/Gary Lightbody - The Last Time (04:59)
  40. The Mephistopheles Of Los Angeles.m4a ( 4:57)
  41. Bloc Party - The Prayer (03:45)
  42. David Bowie - Thursday's Child (05:23)
  43. U2 - Walk On (04:56)
  44. Bruce Springsteen - We Take Care Of Our Own (03:53)
  45. Janet Jackson - What About (04:24)
  46. Coldplay - What If (04:57)
  47. Monica - What My Heart Says (04:01)
  48. Bloc Party - Where Is Home? (04:54)
  49. U2 - Where The Streets Have No Name (05:39)
  50. Coldplay - White Shadows (05:28)
  51. Taylor Swift - You Are In Love (04:27)
  52. Chris Cornell - You Know My Name (04:01)
  53. ZAYN - rEaR vIeW (03:21)

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