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1. Hoshi Matsu Hime (Moonlight)
2. Sakura no Hana (The Blossoms)
3. Kimi Koso Koro ni (Love Song)
Suki Desu Yo (If I’m Drunk).
5. Hana no Hikari (The Spring)
6. Hatsukoi Okaeri (The Summer Kiss)
Ai ga Kimi ni Ai ga Kimi ni (Are You Talking About Me)
8. Natsu no Umi (The Night Owl)
9. Chikanku (Bird Song)
Nagare (Mahou Shoujo) 10.
Sukima (Snow Bird)
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