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3 hours ago, Urbanney said:

i'll always like the chill vibes. this isn't bad, better than quite a bit of stuff off BJ, but idk if it's very Britney. think it'd be interesting to hear her version of it, and I can see it fitting on BJ.

i can imagine already

I am legion
I am more
I am soldier
I am more
I am ocean
I am earth
I am human

I am Britney Jean

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