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    Want to listen to music?
    Lost_Kitten13 posted:
    this is a website you can go to if you want to listen to music and find it easily. Especially if you dont want to go to youtube or watch the vidoes and just want the song.
    This is a free site an i go on it all the time when at work. being able to listen to music in a quite and boring place is always a good thing for me.
    Go ahead an give it a try
    heres an example to looking up a song/band

    click in the search bar thing
    you want to listen to green day? ok
    just type in green day and click search, you will get all their songs

    if you want to narrow down the search more for a song you want to hear by them just type in
    green day - time of your life

    well hope this helped
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