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alcrego:Do you know this feeling when you hear some lyrics that...



alcrego:

Do you know this feeling when you hear some lyrics that will remain in your brain forever? This is about it.

Between Bars. HQ.

Gif selected for the upcoming exhibition in #MiamiArtWeek 

Info: https://bit.ly/363YkyK

Gif in Makersplace.

My sites: Tumblr - Giphy - Twitter - Makersplace

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