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We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things (Bonus Track Version) by Jason Mraz. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:55:10 minutes.

Artist: Jason Mraz
Release date: 2008
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:55:10
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No. Title Length
1. Make It Mine 3:07
2. I'm Yours 4:02
3. Lucky (feat. Colbie Caillat) (featuring Colbie Caillat) 3:11
4. Butterfly 4:59
5. Live High 4:14
6. Love for a Child 4:04
7. Details In the Fabric (feat. James Morrison) 5:45
8. Coyotes 3:38
9. Only Human 4:02
10. The Dynamo of Volition 3:36
11. If It Kills Me 4:33
12. A Beautiful Mess 5:37
13. I'm Yours (From the Casa Nova Sessions) [Bonus Track] 4:47
14. A Beautiful Mess (From a Raining Jane Sessions) [Bonus Track] 5:17
15. Live High (From an Avocado Salad Session) [Bonus Track] 4:01
16. If It Kills Me (From the Casa Nova Sessions) [Bonus Track] 5:00
17. Make It Mine (From the Casa Nova Sessions) [Bonus Track] 3:23
18. Butterfly (From the Casa Nova Sessions) [Bonus Track] 5:10
19. Only Human (From the Casa Nova Sessions) [Bonus Track] 4:47
20. The Dynamo of Volition (From an All Night Session) [Bonus Track] 4:23
21. Love for a Child (From the Casa Nova Sessions) [Bonus Track] 3:53
22. Coyotes (From for a Girl In New York Sessions) [Bonus Track] 4:19
23. Man Gave Names to All the Animals (From the Gospel Collection Sessions) [Bonus Track] 4:18
24. Mudhouse / Gypsy MC (Live from Amsterdam) [Bonus Track] 6:59
25. Make It Mine (Live: London Sessions) [Bonus Track] 3:30
26. Life Is Wonderful (Live from Amsterdam) [Bonus Track] 4:35



Jason Mraz's third long player is more Michael Jackson than Jack Johnson this time around. "Make It Mine" introduces the album with a blue-eyed, soul-touched pop that sounds like Mraz has been blasting Off The Wall while en route to the beach. Fittingly, the beachy Colbie Callat duets on "Lucky" (a romantic ditty about falling for a best friend). The playfully perverted "Butterfly" floats with a lofty horn section and a Hall & Oates inspired strut as Mraz gets his seductive lyrics on before somehow pulling off a gutsy scat-singing solo that would make Jamiroquai's Jay Kay blush. Mraz picks up his almost forgotten acoustic guitar on the mellow "Live High" which sounds a bit like Josh Rouse with a groove. The rootsy and cutesy "I'm Yours" is an obvious choice for first single with it's reggae rhythms, doo-wop harmonies, electric jazz piano, and lyrics endearing enough to theme a high school prom, and then there's the all too perfect waltzing "Beautiful Mess" which could have been written for the sole purpose of slow dancing in a rented tux. Ten of the twelve bonus tracks are stripped-down versions of songs on the album.