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20.10.2012

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The older you get, the quicker they come MP3

It’s Tom Petty’s 62nd birthday – and this time the Guardian gets it right (thanks to me) For TP’s birthday this year I thought I’d do one of amylee’s lists of 11, and these are eleven of his lesser-known songs, some from his solo albums and some with the Heartbreakers. And guess what, I love all of them – they’re all in my top 50. And I don’t think Iâ€... Source: thespillblog.co.uk

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