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Spoken Word
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This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) - Natalie Cole

This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)

  Natalie Cole

2
Our Love - Natalie Cole

Our Love

  Natalie Cole

3
Good - Jocko Willink

Good

  Jocko Willink

4
Sleep Hypnosis - Positive Life Therapy Limited

Sleep Hypnosis

  Positive Life Therapy Limited

5
Right Back Home To You (Interlude) - Chromeo

Right Back Home To You (Interlude)

  Chromeo

6
Music: "Hatikvah" - CBS Israel Choir

Music: "Hatikvah"

  CBS Israel Choir

7
All I Want for Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth) - Spike Jones & His City Slickers

All I Want for Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth)

  Spike Jones & His City Slickers

8
Who’s On First - Abbott & Costello

Who’s On First

  Abbott & Costello

9
You Might Be a Redneck If... (Redneck Mix) - Jeff Foxworthy

You Might Be a Redneck If... (Redneck Mix)

  Jeff Foxworthy

10
Opening: I Can't Turn You Loose - The Blues Brothers

Opening: I Can't Turn You Loose

  The Blues Brothers

11
Dave - Cheech & Chong

Dave

  Cheech & Chong

12
Friendship - Carlos Mencia

Friendship

  Carlos Mencia

13
I've Got Love On My Mind - Natalie Cole

I've Got Love On My Mind

  Natalie Cole

14
I Have a Dream - Washington DC 8/28/63 - Martin Luther King Jr.

I Have a Dream - Washington DC 8/28/63

  Martin Luther King Jr.

15
Sports Inspirational Speeches - Erich Schwer

Sports Inspirational Speeches

  Erich Schwer

16
Time After Time - Margaret Whiting

Time After Time

  Margaret Whiting

17
Episode 1 - Alexander Versus Hitler (feat. Dan Carlin) - Dan Carlin's Hardcore History

Episode 1 - Alexander Versus Hitler (feat. Dan Carlin)

  Dan Carlin's Hardcore History

18
Graduation March - Qitup

Graduation March

  Qitup

19
Der Fuehrer's Face (From "Nuttsey Land") - Spike Jones & His City Slickers

Der Fuehrer's Face (From "Nuttsey Land")

  Spike Jones & His City Slickers

20
We Shall Overcome - Martin Luther King Jr.

We Shall Overcome

  Martin Luther King Jr.