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AHHHHH GOT TIX TO SEE ONE DIRECTION AND ED SHEERAN THIS SUMMER OMG I HAVE THE BEST PARENTS EVERRRRRRRRR!!!!! anyone else like these two artists?????? :D

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Lucky you :)
haha thanks
sorry in the rules for music you can not talk about an artist this is music so that means whether you write or sing music or poetry. sorry i am going to have to ask you to close this down.if you look at the following link it should show you the guidelines to using OS music group. http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/50abd94fe4b064039cbda5c5

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I LOVE ONE DIRECTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IM JEALOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hey @joannaxox3 thanks!!! :D

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