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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NfOvAc2Guo "Pink Toes"]], which is similarly a LighterAndSofter song set to a soothing-as-all-hell beat, and the chorus is nothing but "rainbows and sunshine" repeated by Bino. [[MostWonderfulSound And then Jhene Aiko comes in...]]

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NfOvAc2Guo "Pink Toes"]], which is similarly a LighterAndSofter song set to a soothing-as-all-hell beat, and the chorus is nothing but "rainbows and sunshine" repeated by Bino. [[MostWonderfulSound [[SugarWiki/MostWonderfulSound And then Jhene Aiko comes in...]]

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NfOvAc2Guo "Pink Toes"]], which is similarly a LighterAndSofter song set to a soothing-as-all-hell beat, and the chorus is nothing but "rainbows and sunshine" repeated by Bino. [[MostWonderfulSound And then Jhene Aiko comes in...]]


* The final verse of "Life: The Biggest Troll," which is presumably about Jhene Aiko.

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* The final verse of "Life: The Biggest Troll," which is presumably about Jhene Aiko.Aiko.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68oooLfnoIw "Kids"]]. All of it. I mean, just try listening to that song and not smiling or [[TearsOfJoy cry]][[TearJerker ing]]. The opening xylophone should be enough for even the coldest man's heart to warm. Then we get some of Bino's gentlest chorus vocals set to a happy, upbeat song. There's even violin that comes in during the verses.
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* The final verse of "Life: The Biggest Troll," which is presumably about Jhene Aiko.

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